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chuck

1. and chuck up in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. (see also upchuck.) I think I gotta chuck! Mommy, I’m going to chuck up.
2. tv. to throw something away. Chuck this thing! It’s no good.
3. in. to eat voraciously. The two guys sat guzzling and chucking till they were full.
4. n. food. Who cooked this chuck, man? It’s garbage!
5. n. a white male. (Usually capitalized. Often a term of address or a generic for all white males. Black.) Hey, Chuck. Where do you think you are?
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Assembly Member Mark Walczyk said, "Chuck Kelly was a newsman in every sense of the word - he was fair and honest in his reporting and held officials accountable.
Chuck still shoots a vast supply of his trademarked Easton XX78 Super Slam aluminum arrows, fletched with three, five-inch vanes using a Bitzenberger jig and Bohning's Fletch-Tite Platinum glue.
Chuck and Don's has 28 Minnesota, 10 Colorado locations and one location in Wisconsin.
Chuck became a frequent visitor to NCAR and finally in 1967 NCAR's director, Walter Orr Roberts, succeeded in convincing Chuck to leave the Livermore Laboratory, at which he was then working, and join NCAR as a staff scientist.
Chuck now coordinates more than 2,500 instructors delivering free education courses to prospective hunters, trappers, bowhunters, and waterfowl hunters--about 40,000 students annually.
It's maudlin, and tinged with self-pity (prison is "exactly where I belonged," muses Chuck, when the law catches up with him).
"Chuck overcame the hostility and suspicion to become accepted within the community.
Well, get ready for a battle because Jimmy and Chuck are going head-to-head as lawyers.
Born the fifth of seven children, Chuck grew up in Havre de Grace, MD, graduating from high school in June 1970.
With great wisdom, empathy, and patience, Chuck helped guide me throughout my career, for which I will be forever grateful.
It was as if Chuck, whose grandfather Charles had brought the White Sox to town in 1900, thought he could avoid parting with the family treasure simply by avoiding the men who wanted to buy it.
Runout can be checked by installing a rod in the drill chuck and then placing a dial indicator against the rod and turning the chuck by hand.
"We have been so fortunate to have Chuck's wisdom and expertise all these year's managing our stations in Pittsburgh," said Salem regional Operations VP Linnae Young, who oversees the Pittsburgh market.
The three-jaw chuck allows switching from mandrels to collet chucks to face drivers and centers.
Danray Products LLC recently introduced 12-, 18-, and 24-inch steel lathe chuck shields for lathes or similar machines.