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  1. Chak is a fcitional character from the 2010 film Fun chin see oi.
  2. Chak a.k.a. Sayumpoo Tossapol is a fictional character from the 2012 television program Waew Mayura.


Who is Chak?

Chak a.k.a. Chakyl Pfiffer Camal is a Mozambican swimmer specializing in freestyle. He competed in the 50 m event at the 2012 Summer Olympics.


  1. CHAK is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 860 AM in Inuvik, Northwest Territories. The station broadcasts the programming of the CBC Radio One network known as CBC North.
  2. Chak is a village near the city of Chichawatni, Sahiwal District, Punjab, Pakistan. Chak is located 12 km away from the historical city of Harappa, the alleged birthplace of the Indus Valley Civilization. It is known for its proximity to a forest. It is one kilometer from the national highway of Pakistan, and only 3 kilometers from the Ravi River, one of the largest rivers in Pakistan. The vast majority of people living in Chak are farmers, with very little education. The main clans in Chak are the Bhattis, Jats, Arains, Rajputs and Khokhar.
  3. Chak a.k.a. Chak Language is an human language.
  4. Chak a.k.a. Trp-Plik is a protein.
  5. Chak a.k.a. transient receptor potential cation channel, subfamily M, member 7 is a gene.
    • also known as LTRPC ion channel family member 7

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Google previewParticipatory rural appraisal (1993)

The village named Krishna Rakshit Chak is an interior village and has an approach road from a national highway while Kalsigeriya is remotely ...

Google previewArt in Odd Places 2011: RITUAL (2013)

by Juliana Driever, Ed Woodham, Kalia Brooks, Trinidad Fombella, Victoria Marshall, Adam Brent, Ernesto Pujol, Linda Mary Montano

Joanna Chak is an interdisciplinary ...

Google previewHot Spots and Dodgy Places (2010)

Travels through North Korea, Sudan and Distant Lands by Tan Wee Cheng

Chak is an important Zoroastrian shrine 50km ...

Google previewThe Tantric Path of Indestructible Wakefulness (volume 3) (2013)

The Profound Treasury of the Ocean of Dharma, Volume Three by Chogyam Trungpa

Chak means the wisdom of emptiness. Gya means liberation from the dharmas of samsara. Chenpo means union. Therefore, it is known as chaggya chenpo. In mahamudra, the wisdom body, or ku yeshe, becomes visible, and it ...

Google previewEvaluation and Social Justice in Complex Sociopolitical Contexts (2015)

New Directions for Evaluation, Number 146 by Barbara Rosenstein, Helena Desivilya Syna

CHAK is a faith-based organization that operates more than 400 Kenyan health facilities and provides a broad range of HIV prevention and treatment services. In its legal integration program, CHAK trained health providers and community ...

Google previewMemoirs on the History, Folk-lore and Distribution of the Races of the North Western Provinces of India (2004)

by John Beames

Chak means also a mill ; rings of earth for forming a well ; a vessel in which sugar is manufactured, after being transferred from the Chasm or Karahi. — See Bel. CMnti, JiiU Cesses levied from artizans and others. From Chantna to squeeze, ...

Google previewMaya Wars (2001)

Ethnographic Accounts from Nineteenth-century Yucatán by Terry Rugeley

Chak is a sort of "knucklebones" played with pottery disks, which are tossed from the palm to the back of the hand and back again; the ...

Google previewTextbook of Environmental Studies for Undergraduate Courses (2005)

by Erach Bharucha

Chak: Chak is a big plot of land, ...

Google previewPahāṛi Styles of Indian Murals (1998)

by Sukh Dev Singh Charak, Anita K. Billawaria

Muley Chak is a small village some 28 kilometres to the south-east of Jammu quite close to the border of Pakistan. There is a lofty temple in this village which is now in most neglected and dilapidated condition due to cracks in the roof of the ...

Google previewSupplement to the Glossary of Indian Terms, A.-J (1845)

by Henry Miers Elliot

R Chak means also a ...

Google previewChantyal Dictionary and Texts (1999)

by Michael Noonan, Ram Prasad Bhulanja, Jag Man Chhantyal, William Pagliuca

chak (N); N chak 'anything (food, tobacco, etc.)...

chak tari-wa 'provide a meal' (2) anni pani ta- wa ra phapar-ye pfiagan pani ta-wa, yewta chak pani tari-wa phapar pani ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Mesoamerica (2012)

by Walter Robert Thurmond Witschey, Clifford T. Brown

CHAK TOK ICH'AAK II. See TIKAL, RULERS OF. CHALCATZINGO. (18.7° N, 98.8 ° W) An important archaeological site dating from the Formative period and affiliated with the Olmec culture, Chalcatzingo is important because it is one of only a ...

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