chantie

chantie

(ˈtʃɑːntɪ)
n
slang Scot a chamber pot
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By this time the singing stage was reached, and I joined Scotty and the harpooner in snatches of sea songs and chanties. It was here, in the cabin of the Idler, that I first heard "Blow the Man Down," "Flying Cloud," and "Whisky, Johnny, Whisky." Oh, it was brave.
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No doubt, there is skulking in a closet somewhere the Hereditary Bearer of the Royal Chantie (just in case - Royals do it just like everyone else, don't you know?) Must we be embarrassed by the Royal bodyguard, the Royal Company of Archers, a bunch of bespectacled dodderers who would be hard put to stagger up the Royal Mile?
Enjoy the lusty singing of sea chanties in this true story of how a group of singing fishermen made it onto the hit parade.
One of the most poignant performances on the disk is "Across the Western Ocean," one of the Five Sea Chanties. Liner notes tell us that Dougherty dedicated this song to his brother Ralph, who was killed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor seven years earlier.
See Semuels, supra note 113 ("Bethany Christian Services and various subsets of Catholic Chanties, two of the biggest supporters of the bill, together helped finalize 689 adoptions [in 2014], about one-third of the total in the state....
An array of artistic and musical performances were then held to introduce the "famous chanties, unique customs and people's rituals" of Vietnam.
If the social ties and ligaments, spun out of those physical relations which are the elements of the commonwealth, in most cases begin, and always continue, independently of our will, so without any stipulation, on our part, are we bound by that relation called our country, which comprehends (as it has been well said) "all the chanties of all." Nor are we left without powerful instincts to make this duty as dear and grateful to us, as it is awful and coercive.
See also Michael Chesterman, Chanties, Trusts and Social Welfare (London, UK: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1979) at para 74.
Well, I never sang any such of a thing, though I did hear chanties like
The dispute ended with Trump agreeing to reduce the height of the flagpole by 10 feet (still 28 feet above than the maximum permitted 42 feet) and agreeing to donate $100,000 to "chanties agreed to between parties dealing with the Iraq War Veterans and the local Veterans Hospital."
"Our store managers belong to local business and community groups, and London Drugs donates significant time and dollars to many local chanties."