from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A gipsy boy; a lad; a fellow.
- n. In India, husked rice.
- n. Abbreviations of Chaldaic;
- n. of Chaldean;
- n. of Chaldee;
- n. [lowercase] of chaldron.
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A Turkmen woman selling chal, which is fermented camel's milk.
"What do you want with me, my Romany 'chal'?" he asked sharply.
"Well, Jethro Fawe, my Romany 'chal', you shall show me what a violin can do."
a city or a country mean to a Romany 'chal' or a Romany 'chi', they who lived from field to field, from common to moor, from barn to city wall.
"These are lies you are telling, and they will choke you, my Romany 'chal'.
By long and by last, if I pass the word that you shall sleep the sleep, it will be so, my Romany 'chal'. "
A bank spokesman said, "We are realistic about the chal lenges we face" and the new goal is to "provide consistent, long-term returns for the shareholders."
Fortune enabled him to make career in the army, becoming a colonel of the Dragons-Dauphin Regiment and Maréchal-des-logis (staff sergeant) of the Royal Household.
Likewise, there also was a route from Kashmir to China (Yunnan) via Koh-i-kara-chal (Kumaon Mountains), Patkai Hills, and the upper districts of Burma, which was joined by a passage from Lakhnauti.
Visitors can stay overnight in traditional yurts, observe carpet-weaving and drink chal, naturally fermented camel's milk.