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CHConfoederatio Helvetica (Swiss Confederation; Switzerland)
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CHChennai (Tamilnadu-India capital)
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CHCentre Hospitalier (French: general hospital)
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CHCiudad de La Habana (postcode for Havana, Cuba)
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CHPeoples Republic of China (including Tibet)
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CHCrack-Head
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CHContinuum Hypothesis
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CHChieti, Abruzzo (Italian province)
CHConquering Hero
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CHCommunications House (light rail, Dallas, Texas)
CHCrown-Heel (length of fetus)
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CHCardboard Heroes (gaming)
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CHChartered Herbalist
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CHCreature Handler (Star Wars Galaxies)
CHClarion Health
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CHcontingency hospital (US DoD)
CHChairman/Chairperson
CHCongenital Hyperthyroidism
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CHCochrane Hill
CHCallitrichid Hepatitis
CHClack House (Clay Aiken fan message board)
CHCossacks Heaven (gaming site)
CHClay High Plasticity (soil type)
CHConstitution Heterogeneity
CHCarrier/Hum Modulation
CHCandle-Hour
CHCoeficiente Honorário (Spanish: conorary coefficient, Brazil)
CHCharriere Unit (French catheter scale)
CHCommunity Health (various organizations)
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The Church does not condone it," the Bishop objected.
It establisheth faith; it kindleth charity; the outward peace of the church, distilleth into peace of conscience; and it turneth the labors of writing, and reading of controversies, into treaties of mortification and devotion.
I just hate the thought of going into the church and shutting all the sunlight and music outside.
At the church door stood an old soldier with a crutch, and with a wonderfully long beard, which was more red than white, and he bowed to the ground, and asked the old lady whether he might dust her shoes.
All about that church wretchedness and poverty abound.
At this point I took up the conclusions which I had previously formed, and the same mental process which had discovered the locality of the concealed crime, now lodged the register also in the vestry of Old Welmingham church.
The church itself was gaily festooned with flowers for the ceremony, while out in the church-yard at one side brown ale flowed freely for all the servitors.
Now, let me advise you to get a Sunday suit: there's Tookey, he's a poor creatur, but he's got my tailoring business, and some o' my money in it, and he shall make a suit at a low price, and give you trust, and then you can come to church, and be a bit neighbourly.
Pope Julius came afterwards and found the Church strong, possessing all the Romagna, the barons of Rome reduced to impotence, and, through the chastisements of Alexander, the factions wiped out; he also found the way open to accumulate money in a manner such as had never been practised before Alexander's time.
The man who wrote that word upon the wall disappeared from the midst of the generations of man many centuries ago; the word, in its turn, has been effaced from the wall of the church; the church will, perhaps, itself soon disappear from the face of the earth.
We have men-stealers for ministers, women- whippers for missionaries, and cradle-plunderers for church members.
He had been at Oxford during the movement which ended in the secession from the Established Church of Edward Manning, and he felt a certain sympathy for the Church of Rome.