chiel


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chiel

(tʃiːl)
n
Scot a young man; lad
[C14: a Scot variant of child]
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And yet the chiel has shown us once before that he knows what he's talking about.
There's a chiel wi' a lang head on his shouthers, if ever there was ane yet
Chiel, The Jews in Manitoba: A Social History (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1961), 65.
There you will find a well-proportioned family home available in Chiel Close, off Lower Eastern Green Lane and close to Parkhill Primary School.
a company controlled by Chiel Smits, CEO of Starneth.
Ahora bien, parece pertinente referirnos en estos momentos a la indicacion que hace el profesor aleman Chiel Kattenbelt, de la Universidad de Utrecht, en un articulo reciente, en el sentido de que la intermedialidad no es tan nueva (2008, p.
general counsel and secretary, Starbucks Coffee Company; Patricia Haller, executive vice ores' dent, chiel legal and governance officer.
As historian Arthur Chiel noted in 1961, "by 1911 the Jewish community was quite clearly divided, both socially and geographically, into North Enders and South Enders.
approaches taken by Chiel Justice Dickson and Justice Wilson to
He has told Kes Vos to broker his move to United after parting company with long-term associate Chiel Dekker.
Chiel Kattenbelt situates the performative power of intermediality in this interplay between various medial forms, as it provokes a new form of perception on the part of the viewer (19).
I've been the recipient of such messages - they have come from both sides of the campaign - and if I was at all a sensitive chiel I would think I was being bullied.