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chas

and chez (tʃæz and tʃɛz)
n. matches. (Collegiate. A clipping of matches.) You got a couple of chez?
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Fiona wanted her carpets replaced and CHAS told her to get estimates.
Chas told her it was to pay tax debts to do with his first marriage.
Speaking to the ECHO's Beatles City podcast, Chas said: "I borrowed a bass from a guy called Tommy McGuirk, but of course Tommy was right-handed, so I got this bass guitar and it's not as difficult as it sounds but I just played it upside down."
"We provide the paper, sticky tape and colourful bows and when the CHAS volunteers are finished, the presents are ready to go under the tree "This service will save shoppers lots of time and we hope they will use the gift-wrapping service and make a generous donation to the CHAS charity, which is an extremely worthwhile cause.
Buzz Bingo have been supporting CHAS for around eight years and are on their way to raising PS25,000 for CHAS.
"We're encouraging everyone to wear festive socks and shoes to work on Friday, December 14, and to make a donation to CHAS," added Philip.
CHAS knows that Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year for every family and that includes those with children who may be facing their last festive season.
CHAS and Dave have been around for so long it is hard to believe one half of the duo has now gone.
Tributes poured in yesterday for Chas Hodges of Chas and Dave after he died aged 74.
CHAS and Dave star Chas Hodges has been described as a "legend" and a "lovely, lovely gentleman" as stars paid tribute to the singer following his death aged 74.
POP legend Chas Hodges sang and played guitar even while having chemo, his Chas and Dave bandmate revealed last night.
Musician Chas Hodges was best known as one half of the cockney rock duo Chas and Dave.
For more than 20 years, Children's Hospices Across Scotland - better known as CHAS - have been supporting families around the country who have babies, children and young adults with life-shortening conditions.