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CHConfoederatio Helvetica (Swiss Confederation; Switzerland)
CHChange
CHChina
CHChild
CHChannel
CHChurch
CHChapter
CHChurch History
CHComing Home
CHChain
CHChief
CHSwitzerland (country code, top level domain)
CHCredit Hours
CHCity Hall
CHChampion
CHClub House (UK maps)
CHChemistry
CHChildren's Hospital
CHCentral Heating
CHCultural Heritage
CHChester (postcode, United Kingdom)
CHChemin (French: Path; Canada Post street designation)
CHCholesterol
CHChorus
CHCourthouse
CHClearinghouse
CHCarolina Herrera
CHChennai (Tamilnadu-India capital)
CHChinchilla (rabbit breed)
CHChronic Hepatitis
CHCentre Hospitalier (French: general hospital)
CHChaplain
CHCome Home
CHCargo Helicopter
CHColumbia House (record club)
CHCritical Habitat
CHCluster Headache
CHCiudad de La Habana (postcode for Havana, Cuba)
CHCarolina Hurricanes (NHL)
CHControl Head
CHCity Hunter (anime)
CHPeoples Republic of China (including Tibet)
CHCerebral Hemisphere
CHCrack-Head
CHCustoms House
CHCarry Handle (firearms)
CHConfoederatio Helvetica (Switzerland, international auto identification)
CHContinuum Hypothesis
CHCrown Hill (cemetery)
CHCargo Hold
CHCenter Hall (real estate)
CHCovenant House
CHCommon Hardware
CHCharity Hospital
CHCompanion of Honour
CHCall Hold
CHChieti, Abruzzo (Italian province)
CHConquering Hero
CHChediak-Higashi Syndrome
CHCloud Height
CHChrist's Hospital (Bluecoat School, UK)
CHCompass Heading
CHControlled Humidity
CHCorrespondent Host
CHCharging Handle (firearms)
CHCritical Hours
CHContact Handled
CHClone High (cartoon)
CHComponent Handling
CHCommunications House (light rail, Dallas, Texas)
CHCrown-Heel (length of fetus)
CHCascade Head
CHCrazy Hand
CHCardboard Heroes (gaming)
CHCode Holder
CHChartered Herbalist
CHCalico Hills
CHCapital Height
CHCasualty Handling (St John Smbulance, UK)
CHCreature Handler (Star Wars Galaxies)
CHClarion Health
CHComplete Heal (Everquest gaming)
CHcontingency hospital (US DoD)
CHChairman/Chairperson
CHCongenital Hyperthyroidism
CHCounting Heartbeats (band)
CHCompare Halfword (IBM)
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)
References in classic literature ?
in striking the helmet and shield of their antagonist firmly and strongly, with the lance held in a direct line, so that the weapon might break unless the champion was overthrown.
All eyes were turned to see the new champion which these sounds announced, and no sooner were the barriers opened than he paced into the lists.
The whisky, of course, was the choice brand of The Champion Arms; the cigar he had probably brought with him from London.
Sir Claude Champion was known to the readers of the Western Sun as well as Mr Boulnois.
That stately form, combining the leader and the saint, so gray, so dimly seen, in such an ancient garb, could only belong to some old champion of the righteous cause, whom the oppressor's drum had summoned from his grave.
The people had been drawing nearer and nearer, and drinking in the words of their champion, who spoke in accents long disused, like one unaccustomed to converse, except with the dead of many years ago.
Our Champion told me that when he shouted his battle-cry the creatures shuddered and drew back, hesitating to continue the combat.
But tell me," said Dorothy, "how did such a brave Champion happen to let the bears eat him?
There was a general laugh, and the young champion said: "Well, then ?
Sit down your own people, and the Achaeans will send some other champion to fight Hector; fearless and fond of battle though he be, I ween his knees will bend gladly under him if he comes out alive from the hurly-burly of this fight.
Well, if you like," little Osborne replied; for you see his papa kept a carriage, and he was rather ashamed of his champion.
my grace D'Armagnac, it seems that our friends on this side will not grieve if our English champions lose the day.