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  • proper noun A diminutive of the male given name Chuck.

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Examples

  • Wainwright passed away and his son Charles Jr. is forty-two years old now and stuck with the name Chuckie and I’ve been trying to talk to him for a long time.

    Underworld

  • Wainwright passed away and his son Charles Jr. is forty-two years old now and stuck with the name Chuckie and I’ve been trying to talk to him for a long time.

    Underworld

  • Wainwright passed away and his son Charles Jr. is forty-two years old now and stuck with the name Chuckie and I’ve been trying to talk to him for a long time.

    Underworld

  • Chuckie is within 5. 6 seem a lock at this point -

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  • Initially with Sierra Leonean fighters battling Charles Taylor along the border region, she escaped, but later fell in with the notoriously violent "Anti-Terrorism Unit" run by Taylor's son 'Chuckie' - convicted of war crimes by a Miami court in October 2008.

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  • Guandique boasted of his ties to the violent Salvadoran gang Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13, and told witnesses that he was known as "Chuckie" -- the name of a demonic doll in a series of horror movies -- because he had a reputation for "killing and chopping up people," the affidavit states.

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  • Guandique boasted of his ties to the violent Salvadoran gang Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13, and told witnesses that he was known as "Chuckie" -- the name of a demonic doll in a series of horror movies -- because he had a reputation for "killing and chopping up people," the affidavit states.

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  • Place was called Chuckie’s after that woman with the buck teeth that used to run it.

    Finding Dignity

  • Place was called Chuckie’s after that woman with the buck teeth that used to run it.

    Finding Dignity

  • In the hole the navigator, Charles Wainwright Jr., called Chuckie, continued to scan the skaty-eight meters and switches and disconnects, a whole lifetime of indicators clustered in front of him and above him and to one side—the side not occupied by Louis Bakey, the radar-bombardier.

    Underworld

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