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que sera sera

A phrase that suggests that the future is uncertain or out of one's control. Its most common spelling is in Spanish, and it is usually understood to mean "whatever will be will be." A: "How are you not stressed about getting your exam grades back?" B: "Oh, que sera sera! I studied, I took the tests—what else can I do now?"
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and Ka-ching!
exclam. the sound of a cash register, said to indicate money or imply a financial motive or success. Just got another big order. Ka-ching! Tell, me what’s important, dude. Ching! Right?


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The audience was amazed at the size of the cast," Ching said.
When the concert was over, the entire hall jumped to its feet and gave us a standing ovation," said Ching.
Adexa has been working with several universities in Taiwan since early 2004, including Ching Yun University, Chung Yu Institute of Technology, Ta Hwa Institute of Technology, and De Lin Institute of Technology in an effort to help the schools establish first class SCM laboratories using the Adexa solutions.
Ching Yun University was originally founded in 1966 as Chien Hsin Junior College, expanded into Chien Hsin College of Technology and Commerce in 1994, restructured into Chien Hsin Institute of Technology in 1999, renamed as Ching Yun Institute of Technology in 2000, and formally expanded into Ching Yun University in 2003.
BEIJING -- As part of its long-term commitment to support improved educational opportunities in China, Starbucks Coffee Company (Nasdaq:SBUX) today entered into an agreement with the China Soong Ching Ling Foundation to provide 12 million RMB ($1.
Gu Xiulian, Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress and Chairman of All China Women's Federation, local dignitaries and community leaders, Starbucks and China Soong Ching Ling Foundation signed a formal agreement which establishes a program to help improve access to education for disadvantaged youth and provide quality training for women teachers in rural areas.