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!
Sandy wis in chairge an fariver we stoppit we sang the ballad, the tune played bi Paul Anderson, a big brosie chiel and the slight lass wi him maun hae been his wife Shona an she led the singin.
Chiel Monzone, Universita degli Studi Roma Tre, Via del Castro Pretorio 20, 00185 Roma, Italia.
Far from Hirsch being "on its way to stability," as Arthur Chiel claimed, it was on a slow irreversible path of decline.
(33.) A good example may be found in the correspondence of Ezra Stiles with Rabbi Haim Carigal (Hoberman 2011, 161-82; Goldman 2004, 52-73; and Chiel 1972).
Chiel, The Jews in Manitoba: A Social History (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1961), 65.
For a more recent example, see Ethan Chiel, The Trump Kids Video Has Been Removed from YouTube Due to a Mysterious Copyright Claim, SPLINTER (Jan.
There you will find a well-proportioned family home available in Chiel Close, off Lower Eastern Green Lane and close to Parkhill Primary School.
There are also literary texts which use the rhetoric of mathematics, such as Lewis Carroll's "The Dynamics of a Parti-cle" (1865; Notes by an Oxford Chiel, 1874); of statistics, such as Ion Luca Caragiale's "Statistica" (1893; Schite usoare, 1896), or of linguistics, such as Harry Mathews' "Remarks of the Scholar Graduate" (Country Cooking and Other Stories, 1980).
The new owner of Starneth is Sungailiat B.V., a company controlled by Chiel Smits, CEO of Starneth.