CHAIR


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CHAIRCommittee for Humanitarian Assistance to Iranian Refugees (New York, NY)
CHAIRCentre for Health and International Relations (UK)
CHAIRCoronary Heart Attack Ireland Register
CHAIRConstruction Hazard Assessment Implication Review (safety; Australia)
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I used to be so frightened when it was my turn to sit in the chair with the crown on, and see you all come marching round to give the presents, with a kiss.
He was reclining far back in the luxurious chair, holding a glass of champagne to the light.
She saw her, with the baby in her arms, sitting down to tea; she saw them all at table, and little Harry in a high chair, under the shadow of Rachel's ample wing; there were low murmurs of talk, gentle tinkling of tea-spoons, and musical clatter of cups and saucers, and all mingled in a delightful dream of rest; and Eliza slept, as she had not slept before, since the fearful midnight hour when she had taken her child and fled through the frosty starlight.
And I never could seem to GLANCE on one of those chairs, but always struck it full and square with my head.
I am going out in my chair this afternoon," said Colin.
THEN Hunca Munca went back and fetched a chair, a bookcase, a bird-cage, and several small odds and ends.
And pray, Grandfather, tell us a story about this strange-looking old chair.
Adam rose from his chair with instinctive respect, as Mr.
He dropped one hand on his sword-hilt and his eye wandered to Dirkovitch lolling back in his chair.
When he returned to the kitchen Mattie had pushed up his chair to the stove and seated herself near the lamp with a bit of sewing.
Carey never sat in the arm-chair: she said she preferred a chair that was not too comfortable; there was always a lot to do, and if her chair had had arms she might not be so ready to leave it.
And, when half an hour had been spent in tying up his finger, and a new glass had been got, and the tools, and the ladder, and the chair, and the candle had been brought, he would have another go, the whole family, including the girl and the charwoman, standing round in a semi-circle, ready to help.