chimo


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chimo

(ˈtʃiːməʊ)
interj
an exclamation of greeting among Inuit people
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ST use was defined as daily or weekly consumption of chimo for the last twelve months.
Cartier Resources has announced plans for 50,000-m in exploration drilling to be conducted at its Chimo Mine, Benoist, Wilson, and Fenton gold projects in Quebec.
The attention returns to more balanced caricature once Fort Chimo (Kuujjuaq in Arctic Quebec) is obtained.
Miss Margaret, Fern's loving mentor at Halston, told her not to trust anyone outside their circle, but Fern's feelings for the 'subversive', Chimo, overcome her inhibitions.
In Vitro Study of Dental Erosion associated to Chimo
CAST: Wyatt Cenac, Ana Gasteyer, Oscar Nunez, Michael Cassidy, Alice Wetterlund, Luka Jones, Brian Huskey, Nance Lenehan, Tracee Chimo, DaVine Joy Randolph, Bjorn Gustafsson.
Border Wine Storage, Chimo Kim Boehm, 2502 Elmont Court.
One of the pieces (number 6, Tonada de el Chimo) contains unpitched notation for percussion, and one other (number 5, Baile de danzantes con pifano y tamboril) seems to give notation for percussion, although the line is labeled "Bass." Comprising three genres, bailes (dances), tonadas (Spanish lyric song of the late eighteenth century), and cachuas or qhachwas (historical duple-meter round dances of Peru), the pieces often feature syncopated rhythms, some of which are local in origin (Diana Fernandez Calvo, "La musica en el codice del obispo Baltasar Jaime Martinez Companon" in El obispo Martinez Companon: Vida y obra de un Navarro ilustrado en America, ed.
The play will also star Emmy Award-nominee Jason Biggs of ''Orange Is The New Black'' and ''American Pie'' fame, Tony Award-nominee Bryce Pinkham from ''A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder'' and will feature Tracee Chimo, late of the play ''Bad Jews.''