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  • On the court, Chauncey Billups may be "Mr. Big Shot," but for those who grew up with him in Denver's Park Hill neighborhood, he's "Chaunce," one of their own who made it from "The Hill" to the highest mountain.

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  • On the court, Chauncey Billups may be "Mr. Big Shot," but for those who grew up with him in Denver's Park Hill neighborhood, he's "Chaunce," one of their own who made it from "The Hill" to the highest mountain.

    TheDenverChannel.com - Local News

  • Faura Ngabu Noela holds her 11-month-old daughter Chaunce close on her lap.

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  • Villagers found Chaunce covered in grass, dirt and blood after she was raped by a 22-year-old man in her village, Noela said.

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  • Some minutes into the game the Mouser cleared his throat and said casually, “So, Chaunce, are we betting?”

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  • “I heard her, Chaunce,” the Mouser said through gritted teeth.

    SNOW

  • Thus like triumphant _C鎠ar_ drawne in Rome, By winged _Valure_, and vnconquered _Chaunce_, He plowes the Sea (� were it made his tombe) Whilst _Happy-fortune_ pypes unto his daunce.

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  • Some minutes into the game the Mouser cleared his throat and said casually, “So, Chaunce, are we betting?”

    SNOW

  • “I heard her, Chaunce,” the Mouser said through gritted teeth.

    SNOW

  • The 22-year NYPD veteran made it clear to Velina Chaunce that her future was bleak if she didn't stop her vitriolic outbursts.

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