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“Which, of course, cold-callers have found a way around, chiz chiz*.”
“This use of the word probably derived not from the word cheese, but from the Persian or Hindi word chiz, meaning a thing.”
“At times awkward in his delivery, he has a propensity to pepper his sentences with the word "chiz," the Farsi equivalent of "um" or even "thingamebob" (a YouTube clip lampooning this verbal habit is already up).”
“Given the pressures of time, short and concise messages are likely to be more effective than 12 pages essays chiz - AEM”
“The numbers of new crotch rot infections are off the chiz-ain.”
“It's definitely food for thought - once you sort of mentally insert the punctuation, chiz chiz.”
“Would anyone here like to pull apart my dried chiz on the hair of my legs?”
“I think my balls have stopped producing chiz...that's how bad it is.”
“Ever. received a parcel at the door since moving to Holywood: why do we tolerate a postal service that delivers specifically when it knows no one is going to be in, chiz chiz: my contributors copies of Pyr's very fine Fast Forward 2.”
“This fact is recognised by all boys and the message is clear but seme to become dimmer as they draw on to man's estate chiz.”
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