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  • It was barely eleven on a Saturday night, and one of the chota was a primo of a cousin of another primo of the host of the barbecue, and so the police officer gave them one hour to bust up the party.

    Their Dogs Came With Them

  • Bot, having procured a satellite, known as the chota shikari, a youth of not unprepossessing appearance, but whose necessity in our scheme of existence I had not quite determined.

    A Holiday in the Happy Valley with Pen and Pencil

  • Therefore King could not be a chota sahib after all.

    In The Time Of Light

  • King listened in silence, and his prisoners, watching him through the barred compartment windows, formed new and golden opinions of him, for it is common knowledge in the "Hills" that when a burra sahib speaks to a chota sahib, the chota sahib ought to say, "Yes, sir, oh, yes!" at very short intervals.

    In The Time Of Light

  • Kelton explores several relationships in the novel, including that between Charlie and his family, as well as that between the ranchers themselves, and that between the ranchers and the people with whom their work brings them in frequent contact, such as government representatives, the local banker whose loans keep many of them afloat during the drought, and the chota who are border patrol police.

    The Time It Never Rained

  • Kelton explores several relationships in the novel, including that between Charlie and his family, as well as that between the ranchers themselves, and that between the ranchers and the people with whom their work brings them in frequent contact, such as government representatives, the local banker whose loans keep many of them afloat during the drought, and the chota who are border patrol police.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • A third group in the novel is wetbacks, illegal Mexican immigrants whom Charlie will not hire, partly because of fear of the chota who are always nosing around seeking out illegals, and partly because the legal Mexicans resent when illegals are given the same treatment and benefits which they have earned legally themselves.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • A third group in the novel is wetbacks, illegal Mexican immigrants whom Charlie will not hire, partly because of fear of the chota who are always nosing around seeking out illegals, and partly because the legal Mexicans resent when illegals are given the same treatment and benefits which they have earned legally themselves.

    The Time It Never Rained

  • Raj Tilak (Utpal Dutt) and his wife are on their way to a holiday with their twin sons, both of them are called Ashok (bada & chota Ashok to differentiate).

    Angoor - Confusion Unlimited

  • Naxalites have been labelled as moodi katuwa (`those who cut off the heads') or chah inch chota karnewala (`shortening someone by six inches').

    Archive 2006-06-01

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