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chode

1. vulgar slang A penis.
2. vulgar slang A penis that is wider than it is long.
3. vulgar slang The perineum.
4. vulgar slang Someone who is obnoxious and annoying. That guy's a real chode—don't even talk to him.

choad

and chode
1. n. the penis. (There are numerous ideas about the origin of this (these). They may not have the same origin. One possibility is French chaud = hot.) Quit scratching your chode.
2. n. a real or imaginary penis that is short and squat. You wimp! Get out and take your chode with you!
3. n. a jerk or oafish male. (Similar to prick, etc. This is probably the most common, current use.) You stupid chode!
4. n. the perineum; the flesh between the genitals region and the anus. (see also gooch.) A mountain bike team called the “Choad Chafers” won the championship.

chode

verb
See choad
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From that point on, any time we became engulfed in a sea of scolding Chinese, someone in our crew would cry out, "Penh ching chode!" and we would all do the secret finger pinch in a show of Gweilo solidarity.
The assembled Chinese hecklers thought this was hilarious, so Ethan and Leo decided to really give them something to laugh about and crab-walked across the platform while doing the Penh Ching Chode hand gesture.
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However one cannot overlook some discrepancy between the proud title of the exhibition ("Monasteries Open Their Treasure Rooms") and the fact by far (!) most of the objects are owned by museums (Tibet Museum, Potala Palace, Norbulingka Palace, Yarlung Museum) and that seven monastic institutions did not open their doors to give loans abroad (Jokhang, Sera, Drepung, Nyethang, Yumbu Lakhar, Gongkar Chode, Samye).
Another very similar Sanskrit manuscript written on individual birch-bark pages of the "Indo-Tibetan" palm-leaf type found at Tholing monastery in Western Tibet confirms for sheer historical reasons an 11th century date of the Sanskrit book in Lhasa.--A brief comment to note 7 on p.586: the monastery "Drongkhar Chode" on p.57 of Sonam Wangden's text is not identical with "Gongkar Chode" (near Lhasa airport), but located in Lhodrag, northwest of Tsona (Tsome).
The New York playwright and biographer John Chodes has illuminated one forgotten aspect of the war in the person of Horatio Seymour, governor of New York at the height of the war and Democratic candidate for president against Gen.
When the war came Seymour was eloquent against the illegal imprisonment of critics of Lincoln and against federal conscription, which he believed that the courts, if they were permitted to rule, would find unconstitutional, Chodes presents much material about the four-day battle between the New York militia and the U.S.
One clue about this part of the puzzle is to look at the historical record prior to substantial government intervention in health care--to the "'fraternal societies" in America (Siddeley 1992; Beito 1994, 2000) and the "friendly societies" in England (Chodes 1990, Chalupnicek and Dvorak 2009).
"Most of the talk is about the plaintiff, but in the corporate context there's certainly some funding and structuring of transactions for the defense," says Gary Chodes, CEO of Oasis Legal, a fund that focuses on consumer litigation but has taken some commercial cases.
Lou Nathan has replaced Gary Chodes as president of Viaticus.
Gary Chodes is president of Viaticus Inc., a Chicago-based affiliate of CNA Insurance that specializes in life settlements.