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  • Bangkok uel bang mun han chinchok uen chak nyun ae boe naesumnida.

    Highborn

  • Alò ki jan nou pé konpwann, jou-lasa, chak lanné, travayè Gwadloup pé ay swé ba séla ki toulélanné ka fann kyou a yo?

    Guadeloupe: In May 2009, keep May 1802 and May 1967 in mind

  • Government management extends to the chak level (plots of about 40 ha), and has entailed a large network of grassroots irrigation officials.

    Water profile of India

  • Go to mai profile & chak owt teh LOL ai made uv teh fishie….iz mai nawt sekkund LOL !

    i battle budy - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • They are noisy when they fly, and their chak-chak-chak call is like someone launching a handful of pebbles on an iced-over pond surface.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • "Shamans are specialists in ecstasy, a state of mind that allows them to move freely beyond the ordinary world-beyond death itself-to deal directly with the gods, demons, ancestors, and other unseen but potent things that control the world of the living," says David Freidel of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, who has participated in shamanic rites at a ch'a-chak or "bring rain" ceremony in Yucatán.

    Rituals of the Modern Maya

  • Beside me an immature _chak_ girl was kneeling, her fettered hands strained tightly back at her sides, her naked breasts pierced for jeweled rings.

    The Door Through Space

  • Daybreak came slowly, and with the first streamers of light came Dallisa and the white _chak_, maliciously uninvolved, sniffing his way through the shabby poverty of the great hall.

    The Door Through Space

  • She weighed them, briefly, gesturing to the _chak_.

    The Door Through Space

  • The _chak_ who ran the place came and gibbered at me.

    The Door Through Space

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  • tossing the head frequently, like when a horse tosses his head because of an uncomfortable bridle

    September 6, 2009