CHIT


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AcronymDefinition
CHITCenter for Health Information Technology (American Academy of Family Physicians; Leawood, KS)
CHITContainer Hazard Identification Table (shipping/transportation)
CHITCapital Halloween Invitational Tournament (bowling; Washington, DC)
CHITCommunity Healthcare Interpreter Training (Health Promotion Council)
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And now I've come to find out whether I'm skipper of the Flibberty, or that chit of yours with her pirating, heathen boat's-crew.
refused by a teacher, picked up by advertisement, at an annual salary of five pounds payable at indefinite periods, and 'found' in food and lodging like the very boys themselves; and this too in the presence of a little chit of a miller's daughter of eighteen, who was going to be married, in three weeks' time, to a man who had gone down on his very knees to ask her.
And then another sneer, "Waste time enough over it too," followed perhaps by the bitter retort from the other party "You seemed to like it well enough though, playing the fool with that chit of a girl.
Of course he saw no more than I did, but to annoy me, or perhaps to punish me for my long defection, he must turn his back on me and devote himself to this chit from Southampton to the Mediterranean.
Saxon saw Punch, the little, rough-coated Skye-terrier with the honest eyes (who had plodded for weary months), gone lame and abandoned; she saw Daisy, the chit of a child, hide Punch in the wagon.
It staggered you to see this reckless ex penditure of material upon a chit of a girl.
I had always magnificent hair, even as a chit of a girl.
You are a chit and a little idiot,' returned Bella, 'or you wouldn't make such a dolly speech.
There were chits of girls, quite grown up, of fourteen and sixteen, walking with their fellows.
Half an hour after our arrival, the great dinner-bell was rung, and I came down with my two pupils (they are very thin insignificant little chits of ten and eight years old).
Lest the fact of Miss Miggs calling him, on whom she stooped to cast a favourable eye, a boy, should create surprise in any breast, it may be observed that she invariably affected to regard all male bipeds under thirty as mere chits and infants; which phenomenon is not unusual in ladies of Miss Miggs's temper, and is indeed generally found to be the associate of such indomitable and savage virtue.
The statement also tended to cast doubts over clean chit to Maggi by UK and Singapore labs saying the Swiss food giant has not shared details of foreign test reports.