chaft

chaft

(tʃæft)
n
obsolete Northern English the jaw
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Tropical forest ecosystems and their Tree species possibilities and methods are the long-term utilization, T2-verlagsgeslls chaft, RoBdort, 1989.
Chaft 3 Changes in Official and Adjusted Price Indexes for ICT Investment, United States, 1963-2014 Relative ICT price Change (annual percent change) Official price decline Additional decline in adjusted prices 1963 to 1987 7.5 -2.1 1987 to 2004 8.5 4.2 2004 to 2015 -3.9 -5.8 Component Contributions to Adjusted ICT Price Decline (annual percent change) Software Communications equipment Computers and peripherals 1963 to 1987 -1.3 -2.6 -3.2 1987 to 2004 -2.4 -3.1 -2.7 2004 to 2015 -5.8 -7.0 -3.8 Note: Relative ICT price change is the change in the index for ICT goods relative to the change in the price index for total GDP.
Jahresbericht de Saint Gallischen naturwissen schaflichen gessell chaft, Supplemento, Ibid, 1891-1892, pp: 86- 96, 1893-1894, pp: 215-264.
(66.) D'Angelo SP, Janjigian YY, Ahye N, Riely GJ, Chaft JE, Sima CS, et al.
Among lovers of the classics, Deutshe Grammophon Gesells chaft, founded in 1898, has long been known as one of the preeminent producers of fine recordings.
Para ello, considerare por cultura el rasgo propio y comun de una realidad que podremos llamar comunidad (4) Comunidad (Gemeins chaft) en el sentido de Ferdinand Tonnies (5) es decir, una agrupacion humana que orienta su comportamiento por un sistema de fuerzas y motivaciones compartido, que poco o nada tiene que ver con la eleccion o el uso deliberado de un calculo racional, sino mas bien con valores y patrones de actuacion conscientes o inconscientes adquiridos basicamente por tradicion.
general-purpose bombs, incendiary and Rockeye II cluster bombs, Maverick missiles and laser-guided/electro-optically guided bombs, infrared countermeasure flares; electronic countermeasure chaft. and jammer pods.
and now the snaw is up to their verra chins; and the bit bonny, braw, stiff, fause shirt-collars, that they were sae proud o' stickin' at their chafts, are as hard as ir'n, for they've gotten a sair Scotch starchin',--and the fierce North cares nothing for their towsy hair a smellin' wi' Kalydor and Macassar, no whit indeed, but twurls it a' into ravelled hanks, till the frozen mops bear nae earthly resemblance to the ordinary heads o' Cockneys--and hoo indeed should they, lying in sic an unnatural and out-o'-the-way place for them, as the moors atween Dalnacardoch and Dalwhinnie?