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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Hairy ka-chinged the cash register and Larry and I pushed through a stinking curtain (can fabric be woven from cigarette smoke?) into a room that felt like the inside of a dirty fishbowl.
The boy king's first U.S. tour, which began in 1976, was epic pop: it launched the era of museum blockbuster shows, with unprecedented crowds craning to see the tomb's gold and jeweled artifacts, while the cash registers ca-chinged in the nearby souvenir stalls.
I'm surprised this woman wasn't creeped out by the dollar signs that ker-chinged across our pupils.
Buffett, the nation's most prominent investor through his publicly held Berkshire Hathaway, already has ka - chinged his adult kids and their foundations with millions.
When he finished talking about antibiotic injections and surgery, pain meds, and other costs, her total cha-chinged to more than $650.