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“Chuckey" Martin felt a sense of proprietorship in Guido, by the right of discovery, and resented this, pushing them away, and protesting that the thing to do was to rub his feet with snow.”
“Chuckey" Martin, who blacked boots in front of the corner saloon in summer and swept out the bar-room in winter, came out through the family entrance and dumped a pan of hot ashes into the snow-bank, and then turned into the house with a shiver.”
“From utterances like these an impression got abroad in some quarters that Railsford wanted to marry "Chuckey," but "Chuckey" wouldn't have him.”
“Felt like you were at a over crowed Chuckey Cheese with thousands of children screaming at the top of the lungs.”
“The Chuckey: A subtle variation which includes a turkey, stuffed with a chicken and then a duckling.”
“He has a large family, and like "old Chuckey," he is "spreading himself" to take care of them.”
“He's spoons on my sister Daisy, and Dig and I thought it would fetch him if we stuck ` Chuckey '-- that's the pet name he calls her -- on it.”
“The black truffle found in Périgord and Provence, and now Chuckey, Tennessee, has dozens of fungal relatives, some of them used in cooking, a few of them not bad at all, none of them its equal in beauty or bouquet.”
“They identified the shooter as Harry Chase, 44, of Chuckey.”
“Chuckey, TN - This last Friday, police officers stopped at the Freshour Trailer Park to serve an outstanding warrant.”
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