CHERI


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CHERICentre for Higher Education Research and Information (est. 1992; UK)
CHERICornell Higher Education Research Institute
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She called him Cheri, and so did every one else because she did.
None of the girls had ever been to her what Cheri was.
But none of them had stroked her black hand quite as Cheri did, nor rested their heads against her knee so confidingly, nor fallen asleep in her arms as he used to do.
That summer--the summer Cheri gave La Folle two black curls tied with a knot of red ribbon--the water ran so low in the bayou that even the little children at Bellissime were able to cross it on foot, and the cattle were sent to pasture down by the river.
But Cheri did not need the summons, for he was coming straight to her.
There she found Cheri stretched upon the ground, with his rifle beside him.
La Folle goin' mine you; Doctor Bonfils goin' come make mon Cheri well agin.
And all the while Cheri moaned and wept and entreated to be taken home to his mother.
She spoke no more to Cheri, but muttered constantly, "Bon Dieu, ayez pitie La Folle
It was 18 days before Cheri could even hold her daughter and she and Hailie's dad, Tim Dillon, 32, spent three months at staff accommodation at James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough.
And so Cheri and boyfriend Timothy Dillon, 32, decided to travel 320 miles to Darlington to be close to Timothy's brother who could care for their 11-month-old son Jack while they visited Hailie in hospital.
Cheri will attend a training base camp over half term before the competition starts in November.