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CHAPS3- ((3-Cholamidopropyl)dimethylammonio)-1-Propanesulfonic Acid
CHAPSClearing House Automated Payment System
CHAPSColoured Horse and Pony Society (UK)
CHAPSCommunity HIV and AIDS Prevention Strategy
CHAPSChinook Horseman's Association Performance Series
CHAPSClimatic Heat Aircraft Protective System
CHAPSChemistry Annual Meeting for Project Support
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Aye, among some of us old sailor chaps, he goes by that name.
One of the boys was Buck, and the other was a slim young chap about nineteen years old.
Well, poor chap, you do look as if you'd had a hard night of it -- but there's a bed here for you when you've had your breakfast.
It's true, the Monsons will give me connections, and connections are almost--not quite--as good as money to get a chap along with--but, the d l of the matter is, that connections eat and drink.
That sort of thing grows on a chap when he's alone--and talks aloud
The chaps are always telling me I don't know my own strength.
I don't know what you chaps think, but it strikes me that we are on mighty thin ice all this time.
I tried here and tried there, but there were lots of other chaps on the same lay as myself, and it was a perfect frost for a long time.
As you well remarked this very morning, 'There are some chaps who are no good for anything but books'; I plead guilty to being such a chap, and will not inflict myself on you.
These chaps would sell their younger brothers if they had a chance, I think.
Evidently," thought he, "these chaps saw the Victoria skimming the waters of the lake, like a monster of the air.
I've never been able to feel really grown-up and tremendous, like other chaps.