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chap

tv. to anger or annoy someone. (see also chapped.) That whole business really chapped me.

chapped

mod. angry; annoyed. I was chapped. There was no way to get around it.
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Space as a fundamental element of strategy: "In combats, the location is responsible for a great part of the victory, because those who find themselves in an inadequate position double their works: some caused by the position and some caused by the opponent" (Part II, chap.
Anyone can become a chap, starting with a wardrobe overhaul, shedding all garments made from denim or plastic.
CHAP can help practices improve efficiencies and scheduling.
All this had taken about five minutes, but there was no cursing or shouting, nor hooting, and at least six people put themselves out to help the old chap.
We learn more about Chap and what his intentions are.
Chap Mercantile, which is in the process of changing its name to Silver Wheaton, will pay a cash consideration of USD50m and Silver Wheaton shares and warrants for an additional USD80m.
FCAP is an optional authentication protocol but it is considered much stronger than the password-based mechanism used in CHAP.
Over the past two years Chap Stick's base product line has been enhanced by several new items.
This recognition from CHAP came with Hope's recent successful completion of the biennial CHAP survey.
This includes profiles of individual Christian missionaries and their interlocutors: the eighteenth-century Tamil Lutherans Savarimuthu and Rayanayakkan (Daniel Jeyaraj, chap.
Counterpart International's partner for CHAP in Osh Oblast, the Elim Uchun Civic Fund, will distribute humanitarian assistance among needy people in Osh and in Batken Oblasts.
REMEMBER our front page picture - Issue 71 - showing the old chap with his scales who used to sit in Stockton market?
He writes that he was preparing to receive the Olympic flag when he became aware of a chap beaming and pointing at his midriff.
Remember that joke I featured on Wednesday about the chap who knocks on the door late one rainy night and asks for a push?
The old chap he liked a bargain, But of barbecue's he knew nowt.