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chockstone

(ˈtʃɒkˌstəʊn)
n
1. (Mountaineering) a stone securely jammed in a crack. It may vary in size from a pebble to a large boulder
2. (Mountaineering) another name for chock3
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CREDITS: A Ken Davenport, Cody Lassen, Hunter Arnold, Deaf West Theatre, Carl Daikeler, Sandi Moran, Chockstone Pictures, Caiola Prods., H.
With technology from Chockstone, an Oregon-based provider of loyalty marketing platforms, Chili's performs analytics using behavior-based and demographic information to present well-tailored promotions.
The program soon became derided as the "Friends and Family Free Sandwich Program," according to Jeffrey Lipp, chief executive officer of Chockstone. Employees would steal rolls of stamps and either share them with friends or sell them on eBay.
This updated edition combines material from two previous volumes: Climbing Anchors and More Climbing Anchors both originally published in 1993 by Chockstone Press.
12 Short Hikes series (Nancy Salcedo, Chockstone Press, Evergreen, CO, 1997, 800/337-5012; $4.95 for each regional volume).
For more information read Backcountry Skiing in the High Sierra by John Moynier (Chockstone Press, 1992).
CREDITS: A Magnolia Pictures (in U.S.)/Studiocanal (in U.K.) release of a 2929 Prods, presentation of a Nick Wechsler, Chockstone Pictures production in association with Anton Capital Entertainment.
CREDITS: A 20th Century Fox release of a Fox 2000 Pictures presentation of a Scott Free/Nick Wechsler/ Chockstone Pictures production, made in association with TSG Entertainment, Ingenious Media.
release of a Metropolitan Films and Inferno presentation in association with Annapurna Pictures and 1984 Private Defense Contractors of a Plan B Entertainment and Chockstone Pictures production.
Ralston may be rather reckless, flipping his bike and so forth on his way to the canyon, but he knows what he's doing, and the accident wasn't necessarily his fault: While he was testing his weight on a loose chockstone, the rock gave way and crushed him beneath it.
of a Nick Wechsler and Chockstone Pictures production.