American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southwest British Columbia, Canada, on the Fraser River east of Vancouver. It is a processing center. Population: 69,200.
“While I was at Otion, one of my favorite customers stopped by (Kim from Aromatica Tea & Soaps, up in Chilliwack, BC).”
“Whitmore was arrested in Chilliwack, B.C., with a “rape kit” that included zip ties (plastic fasteners that can be used as handcuffs), duct tape, lubricant and latex gloves.”
“- Whitmore was released into the custody of an aunt in Chilliwack.”
“Bill Henderson, used to be with "Chilliwack" belts out his "Patent on the Wind" if you want a listen its on his website: Gone, gone ,gone.com”
“He will have reconstructive surgery on his right knee after suffering an MCL sprain and a high-grade injury to his ACL in a game against Chilliwack.”
“On aboriginal fisheries: "In a recent Chilliwack Progress article, Strahl compared Cheam band members to 'children.”
“He has a great ear, so there were other groups like Chilliwack on his label.”
“When I first moved here, I (and every Brit of my acquaintaince who's visited or immigrated since) mispronounced Chilliwack as Chilly-wack, and Winnipeg as Winny-peg, several times.”
“Into the water went Chilliwack 13-year old Peyton Kisoun-Hind, his 7-year old sister Asta Kisoun-Hind, his mother Delma Kisoun, 40, his grandfather Victor Allen, 80, and Issac Shingatok, 40, the latter two both of Inuvik.”
“I think it's the first time the Chilliwack Times has ever used the word "transgendered" in a story.”
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