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cha

(tʃɑː)
n
slang tea
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Wirecard, the global innovation leader for digital financial technology, further drives cashless payments in Singapore together with Gong Cha, a premium bubble tea retailer.
CHA said this strategic acquisition is another key step in creating a compelling PM/CM service offering and reaffirming CHA's aspiration to offer clients a one-stop-shop to meet their needs.
Because while Cha Chas father loves her dearly, her mother has expectations; expectations Cha Cha can never hope to live up to.
This prompted disagreement from BN MPs such as Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (BN - Pasir Salak) and Khairy Jamaluddin (BN - Rembau), among others, who said Cha was misleading the House.
She then reveals that the special surprise underneath her coat is a plastic bag of pre-cooked chicken from a local supermarket, and quickly bursts into a poultry inspired dance followed by the cha cha cha.
DR RANJ & JANETTE Cha Cha Cha to How Will I Know by Whitney Houston
Founded in 1952, CHA is a highly diversified, full-service engineering firm with a broad range of capabilities and a talented team of over 1,000 employees.
Nothing about Cha was known to the public, except that he turned 33, studied overseas and his elder brother is Cha Du-ri, an assistant coach of the national football team.
New Delhi [India], August 17 ( ANI ): Cha Bar, Delhi's most popular and frequented Tea Cafe has introduced its latest offerings, extending it's much loved menu.
McLaughlin, who served as executive director of the CHA from 2000 until the fall of 2011.
“Through the CHA website, patients have the ability to select the right doctor for their needs and make same-day appointments,” says Dr.