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AcronymDefinition
CHASECut Holes and Sink 'em
CHASECoronal Helium Abundance Spacelab Experiment (NASA)
CHASEChambers against Stereotypes in Employment (Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry)
CHASEChallenges and Achievements in Software Engineering
CHASEComplete Health and Safety Evaluation Scheme (United Kingdom)
CHASECommunity Health and Safety Evaluation Project (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
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Amongst the ruins of the church The midnight raven found a perch, A melancholy place; The ruthless Conqueror cast down, Woe worth the deed, that little town, To lengthen out his chase.
Some day she will be able to wear any ear-rings she likes, and already she lives in an invisible world of brilliant costumes, shimmering gauze, soft satin, and velvet, such as the lady's maid at the Chase has shown her in Miss Lydia's wardrobe.
Poyser had once suggested that the house should be shut up and left to take care of itself; "for," said he, "there's no danger of anybody's breaking in--everybody'll be at the Chase, thieves an' all.
All Broxton and all Hayslope were to be at the Chase, and make merry there in honour of "th' heir"; and the old men and women, who had never been so far down this side of the hill for the last twenty years, were being brought from Broxton and Hayslope in one of the farmer's waggons, at Mr.
He's got some project or other about letting the Chase Farm and bargaining for a supply of milk and butter for the house.
The pole soon reappeared, shooting up from the lake, and, as the hunter seized it in his hand, the Indian whirled the light canoe round, and renewed the chase.
The canoe whirled with each cunning evolution of the chase, like a bubble floating in a whirlpool; and when the direction of the pursuit admitted of a straight course the little bark skimmed the lake with a velocity that urged the deer to seek its safety in some new turn.
it was evident the old man enjoyed the chase more as a memorial of his youthful sports and deeds than with any expectation of profiting by the success.
Above them rose the primeval yews and oaks of The Chase, in which there poised gentle roosting birds in their last nap; and about them stole the hopping rabbits and hares.
All I care about is to enjoy seeing the chase, is it not so, Count?
The tranquil Ilagin, Nicholas, Natasha, and "Uncle" flew, reckless of where and how they went, seeing only the borzois and the hare and fearing only to lose sight even for an instant of the chase.
Chase provides a full range of banking services - from lending and deposits to payment and investment solutions - to more than 1 million businesses with annual sales of $1 million to $2 billion.