Chare


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(châr)
n.1.A narrow street.
n. & v.1.A chore; to chore; to do. See Char.
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by ONA Yousuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah, Minister Responsible for Foreign Affairs, with John Chare, Special Envoy of the Canadian Prime Minister.
Planning documents say: "The Pudding Chare frontage of Thomson House includes a public house latterly known as Bar Fleet Street, which closed in 2015.
Gib Chare / Durham Chare will also benefit from a 'No Waiting / No Loading' restriction to improve pedestrian access to Castle Chare.
THE BROAD CHARE 25 Broad Chare, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3DQ.
IFor decades now, Pudding Chare has attracted revellers, not least to long-standing eateries like The Raj - one of the unsung hot spots of the city's curry scene - and Mario's Italian restaurant.
Nazir Ahmed has given chare of Deputy Director HRD along with Deputy Director OWO.
Nicholas Chare and Dominic Williams's Matters of Testimony: Interpreting the Scrolls of Auschwitz is bold and fascinating, and provides a fresh and insightful analysis that contributes to scholarship about the Sonderkommando (SK), Holocaust testimony, Holocaust writing, the material culture of Auschwitz, resistance, and the Auschwitz camp complex itself.
Last year's U15 champions Woodlands led three times in a see-saw encounter and looked on course for another title when Sam Chare and Mike Tyrrell linked to send in Kyle Timms for an unconverted try and a 13-10 advantage.
Striker Andy Carroll, 19, accepted a caution following the incident last weekend in Pudding Chare, a narrow street near the city's infamous Bigg Market bars.
Spokeswoman Sarah Chare said: "We'll try to find a home or he will be destroyed."
After a recent Article IV Consultation with the Basseterre authorities, the IMF said that sugar had become a significant drain on the federation's budget and absorbed a substantial chare of bank credit.