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chirk up

To improve one's mood or become cheerful; cheer up. There's nothing like a bright, sunny day to chirk a person up!
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In one recording posted on Facebook by Chirk resident Nick Williams, a loud noise can be heard near the factory at 8.45pm.
Menai Bridge were in no mood to allow a score like that of Chirk to faze them and they reached 248 for the loss of only one wicket.
The proud Chirk girl said before her performance: "My parents, grandparents and husband are all from Chirk."
Carolyn Latham, of the National Trust's Chirk Castle, said: "His interest in medieval history is obvious in the improvements he made to the castle.
Awards chairman Jamie Dowley said "Chirk have been a really good addition to our league and in their captain Andrew Swarbrick they have a quality all-rounder.
The open-air screening of Bohemian Rhapsody (rated 12A) is at Chirk Castle on July 30.
A diversion was put in place via the B5070 through Chirk village.
Twenty volunteers worked tirelessly throughout yesterday morning to make sure that the Chirk pitch was playable and the referee gave it the go-ahead after an inspection.
Both the club and Chirk Marina on Llangollen Canal are continuing to operate under the management of insolvency specialists Begbies Traynor and no redundancies have been made.
Now 1,000 of the sunflowers, made by the British Ironwork Centre in Oswestry, are on display at the Stable Bank at Chirk Castle until July 14.
| Tax evaders: Above, Hot Grill Restaurant, formerly trading as Chirk Tandoori on Station Avenue, Chirk; below, Tava Indian resturant on Castle Street, Holt, now trading under the name Mehrab
Chirk were joined in the semi-finals by Ton and Gelli BC, who defeated Cardiff Metropolitan 3-2.
Cyclist Brian Parker of Chirk died in Wrexham Maelor hospital after he was involved in a collision with a white Mazda pick-up truck on September 13.
LLANDUDNO continued their relentless march towards a fourth consecutive North Wales Cricket League title yesterday with a convincing 66 run victory at Chirk in a surprisingly low scoring game for the Seasiders.
The Strictly Come Dancing enthusiasts are partnering with eight and nine-year-olds at Chirk Court Care Home, in Chirk, in a project designed to promote intergenerational friendships and improve wellbeing.