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  • noun Plural form of chinook.

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Examples

  • The kings called chinooks outside Alaska were thick, but streamlined with tails like shovels and the general heft of a pine log.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • The kings called chinooks outside Alaska were thick, but streamlined with tails like shovels and the general heft of a pine log.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • The kings called chinooks outside Alaska were thick, but streamlined with tails like shovels and the general heft of a pine log.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • The kings called chinooks outside Alaska were thick, but streamlined with tails like shovels and the general heft of a pine log.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • Then the "chinooks" came with their warm winds that changed the snow-laden landscape into a quagmire of mud, water, and open stretches of road which raised all kinds of havoc with the metal cleats.

    American Chronicle

  • Sunlight streamed into the water, lighting up 15 -, 20 -, and 30-pound chinooks.

    Whitewater, Survival, and the Best Salmon Fishing in Alaska

  • The newlabour gang have been told for years about the dire shortage, old sea kings now almost worn out, a few heavy lift chinooks spending more hours on the ground than in the air, where are the new mega expensive merlins?

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  • September 18, 2009 at 3:38 am you are a bunch of chinooks

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  • Sounds great, but will tese 6 'D' class chinooks be in adition to the 16 new choppers they are expecting?

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  • FLYFISHING King salmon (chinooks) require stout fly tackle — 9 - to 10-weight rods with sinking-tip lines, heavy leaders, and large, gaudy flies.

    How to Plan A Fishing Trip to Alaska

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