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  • But the literal meaning of the word chet is "target." - News :

  • (Knyohm ah-cho-chet translates to “I don’t like ______”).

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  • Grace Maggot could be seen in the dim perspective of a closet, also sound asleep, in her own neat little bed, with her hair streaming over the pillow, and the "chet" reposing happily on her neck.

    Deep Down, a Tale of the Cornish Mines

  • Even the "chet" seemed to enter into the spirit of what was going on, for, regardless of the splendid opportunity that now presented itself of obtaining repose to its heart's content, that black ball of concentrated essence of mischief dashed wildly about the floor and up the bed-curtains, with its back up and its tail thickened, and its green eyes glaring defiance at everything animate, inanimate, or otherwise, insomuch that Maggot made sundry efforts to quell it with the three-legged stool -- and Mrs Maggot followed suit with a dish-clout -- but in vain!

    Deep Down, a Tale of the Cornish Mines

  • "chet" was a great-grandmother, with innumerable chets of her own.

    Deep Down, a Tale of the Cornish Mines

  • I must be 12 years old because I giggled every time he said "jacket off" ... hehehe chet rosales

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  • Re the Canadian Chardonnay comp - who will be the first to produce, ‘Le Montreal-chet’?

    Moderation, Canadian chardonnay, Chianti, ladybug taint – sipped and spit | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • Then for your birthday, they'll croak-chet you a new sweater...

    Conditions Froggy

  • Or the same old continuous water carrying by a media that leaves its accountability sleuthing behind in favour of pom poms when it comes to left leaning darlings? – chet chet –

    Scott Feschuk

  • You sound like you’d be a fun guy to golf with, chet.

    Scott Feschuk


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