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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of chack.
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"chacked" their remonstrance at every intrusion into their demesnes; while in many a woodsy or bushy spot the long-crested jays rent the air with their raucous outcries; nor were the broad-tailed hummers wanting on this side of the range, and of course their saucy buzzing was heard wherever they darted through the air.
Last time I chacked, Webb was for protecting American jobs, while Miller was for outsourcing them?
I thought my throat would have been cut with the black corded stock; for, whenever I looked down, without thinking like, my chaff-blade played clank against it, with such a dunt that I mostly chacked my tongue off.
It would be needless in me to waste precious time in relating how I returned to my own country, especially as I may be thankful that nothing particular happened, excepting the coach-wheels riding over an old dog that was lying sleeping on the middle of the road, and, poor brute, nearly got one of his fore-paws chacked off.
Toshiba is a good laptop, but support is terrible, and last time I chacked their warranty service and parts department were contracted out to a third party.
Hitler = white, Joseph Stallon=white… so who’s more endowed to save this world, definetly not just white people being as that they have been at the heart of the world wars last time i chacked.