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CHICOCultural Heritage Information and Community Outreach
CHICOChildren's Hospital Integrated Care Organization (Massachusetts)
CHICOCultural Heritage for Community Outreach (Michigan)
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With fans like Robbie Williams, who came on stage at the Comedy Awards and said it was not 'Robbie Time' but 'Chico Time' and Coldplay's singer Chris Martin, who told fans at one of his concerts, he was glad to be back in the country because it was 'Chico Time' - it's not hard to see how Chico mania has gripped the country.
That means he has a lot of fans and a Chico record will sell.
To all the people who voted for me, to all my Chico and Chicettes, Chico time is over here.
Chico - famed for his catchphrase "It's Chico time" - said he saw the light after cheating death in a 60ft cliff plunge in South Africa.
Chico was actually born in Bridgend, Wales, to Moroccan parents who were struggling to establish a farm in the UK.
Clients of Tehama Group have included NASA Lewis Research Center, Golden State Capital Network, American Red Cross, California Public Radio, Sunset Net, Northern California Organ Transplant Support Group, Sacramento River Discovery Center, Chico Unified School District, Lassen National Forest, Oroville Community Hospital and many departments and schools throughout the Chico State campus.
In his first scenes, Chico strips off on stage in front of a gaggle of boozed-up women.
The Localization Program at California State University at Chico provides education, training and outreach in Localization and International E-Business, with the help of strategic partnerships and collaborations, to help students and businesses compete in the new global networked economy.
It's not a joke tune and I don't see Chico as a novelty act.
Chico notched his first victory in eight starts going back to his June 3 JetHawks debut, pitching seven shutout innings in an 11-1 victory over the San Jose Giants, a performance that earned him the California League's Pitcher of the Week honors for July 18-24.
Chico, who grew up and still lives in nearby Fallbrook in Northern San Diego County, wasn't involved in the decision of an eventual 11-inning 5-4 JetHawks loss.