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Chad

A derisive term for an attractive, popular, white young man, used especially by members of the subculture of men who identify as "incels" ("involuntarily celibates"). All these frat boy Chads are the reason why girls won't go out with us.
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'Today, our armed forces are doing a good job in the Lake Chad Basin.
"DDRR is crucial for Chad" said the Minister of Justice and Keeper of the Seals, His Excellency Mr.
class="font-size--16 MsoNormalSince 2015, troops from Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria have been grouped into a mixed, multi-national force in a bid to help fight Islamist militants.
Earlier this month, Darfur refugee commissioner Mujeeb al-Rahman Mohamed said 353 refugees have returned to West Darfur State from Chad.
Madam HINDA DEBY ITNO , the First Lady of Chad, as the ambassador of 'Merck More Than a Mother' campaign, to work closely with Merck Foundation in defining interventions to break the stigma around childless women across the country.
Following on from decades of efforts to address the ongoing environmental decline, which has led to mass migrations and wide- scale insecurity in the sub-region, the three- day, International Conference on Saving Lake Chad took place in Abuja, Nigeria in late February.
It was organised by the Federal Government of Nigeria and the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC), with the support of UNESCO.
Now, Chad will likely want to know why Abigail is running around in a dark colored wig and will try to embrace his wife and see what's going on.
Al Mansoori voiced the UAE's commitment to reinforcing its economic, trade and investment relations with the Republic of Chad, noting the great potential for productive cooperation in these areas.
As we walked toward the entrance, a voice called out, 'Chad!' It was Christopher 'Bong' Go, Presidential Management Staff head who happened to be texting on his phone when he saw our group.
Paul Noumba Um, World Bank Country Director for Mali, Chad, and Niger, stressed that "This visit will provide an opportunity to discuss views on diversifying the economy, improving the business climate in order to enhance the private sector's contribution to development efforts, strengthening human capital, and managing public resources, as well as the resilience of a region heavily impacted by climate change, the security crisis, and the sharp drop in oil prices."
Chad is eligible for preferential trade benefits under the African Growth and Opportunity Act.