“A ball-busting campaign by Jeff Tittel of the Sierra Club was so successful that Assemblyman Green was forced to call in chits and get the Legislature to pass a special law tailored to Plainfield's needs in this particular situation.”
“Kaye hasn't been tested under fire and, while some consider Bob Hull out of touch, he can be a fierce campaigner and call in chits he has earned over his years in office.”
“(Pressed for names, Kinsley cites Nicholas Lemann and Michael Lewis -- "" I'm calling chits in on all my friends. '')”
“Thus it was that the vast majority of those who did queue to receive their chits were the needful citizens of the Fifth Class, and the Head Count.”
“It was about calling in diplomatic "chits," as one U.S. official put it, to meet the immediate goal of containing terrorism.”
“How would the wheels go round in the East without "chits"?”
“The fact that she’s calling in her chits is a sign of weakness, not strength.”
“She ordered all household goods by telephone, signed "chits" at the club, kept her bridge winnings loose in a small enamelled box, ready for losing, and, when she went into town, charged on her accounts right and left, and met Bert for luncheon.”
“These 'chits' help one to remember dates; they are little cards presented you when you order soda water or wine, or are solicited for subscriptions to sports or sweepstakes.”
“For instance in the case of lost "chits" we could supply certified copies of the original.”
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