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AcronymDefinition
CHIEFCustoms Handling of Import and Export Freight (UK)
CHIEFClearinghouse for Inventories and Emissions Factors (EPA Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards OAQPS)
CHIEFCombined Helmholtz Integral Equation Formulation
CHIEFCareer Helper Involved Enlisted Futures (USAF)
CHIEFComputer Help In Engineering Functions
CHIEFSinger Integrated EW Based Combat Vehicle
CHIEFCommunity and Hospital Information Exchange Forum (UK)
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Therefore there enters into the former game not only the strategy of jetan but the personal prowess and bravery of each individual piece, so that a knowledge not only of one's own men but of each player upon the opposing side is of vast value to a chief.
This band was likewise under the sway of a venerable chief named Yo-mus-ro-y-e-cut; a name which we shall be careful not to inflict oftener than is necessary upon the reader This ancient and hard-named chieftain welcomed Captain Bonneville to his camp with the same hospitality and loving kindness that he had experienced from his predecessor.
Old Chief Justice Oliver threw on his red cloak, and placed his three- cornered hat on the top of his white wig.
Chief Inspector Heat had had a disagreeably busy day since his department received the first telegram from Greenwich a little before eleven in the morning.
Tarzan explained to the chief that his people would follow him in a canoe, probably the next day, and that though he might go on ahead of them the chief was to receive them kindly and have no fear of them, for Mugambi would see that they did not harm the chief's people, if they were accorded a friendly reception.
The streets of this city were not paved nor had any attempt been made to beautify the houses or their surroundings, and having noticed this condition Scraps was astonished when the Chief ushered her into his home.
The merchant was still pondering on this subject when he was summoned before the chief of police and questioned about his crime, which he could not deny.
When a tribe goes to war, the chief cannot order one party to go here and another there; but every man fights in the manner which best pleases himself; and to each separate individual to approach a stockade defended by fire-arms must appear certain death.
One, a fine-looking man, much above the common size, was hereditary chief of the village; he was called the Left-handed, on account of a personal peculiarity.
Nevertheless," persisted the Chief of Police, "it was a liberty that must have been very disagreeable, though it may not have hurt.
The old chief held the tooth in his hands for a long time.
The fifth party consisted of those who were adherents of Barclay de Tolly, not so much as a man but as minister of war and commander in chief.