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Chale

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  1. Chale is a village and civil parish on the Isle of Wight, England. It is located three kilometres from Niton in the south of the Island in the area known as the Back of the Wight. The village of Chale lies at the foot of St. Catherine's Down.
  2. Chale a.k.a. Chalé is a Brazilian municipality located in the state of Minas Gerais. The city belongs to the mesoregion of Zona da Mata and to the microregion of Manhuaçu.

Characters

  1. Chale is a fictional character from the 2011 film The Cinema Hold Up.
  2. Chale is a fictional character from the 2006 film Madeinusa.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Chale

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Google previewAvailable Means (2001)

An Anthology Of Women'S Rhetoric(s) by Joy Ritchie, Kate Ronald

Ruca means girl or woman, vato means guy or dude, chale means no, simo'n means yes, churro is sure, talk is periquiar, pigionear means petting, que gacbo means how nerdy, ponte a'guila means watch out, death is called la pelona.

Google previewDistance Education for Teacher Training (2002)

by Hilary Perraton

Chale is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education at the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. B. R. S. Chivore is a Senior Lecturer in the Department ...

Google previewJohn Thelwall (2015)

Selected Poetry and Poetics by J. Thompson

Chale is a village on the Isle of Wight, Blackgang a deep wooded chine or coastal ravine along Chale Bay, often used by smugglers, now the site of a historic theme park. Impregnated. A valley in Rutlandshire, home of Susan Thelwall's family.

Google previewHerencia (2002)

by Nicolas Kanellos, Kenya Dworkin y Méndez, Alejandra Balestra

Ruca means girl or woman, vato means guy or dude, chale means no, simon means yes, churo is sure, talk is periquiar, pigionear means petting, que gacho means how nerdy, ponte aguila means watch out, death is called la pelona. Through ...

Google previewSwitching Languages (2003)

Translingual Writers Reflect on Their Craft by Steven G. Kellman

Ruca means girl or woman, vato means guy or dude, chale means no, simon means yes, churro is sure, talk is periquiar, pigionear means petting, quegacho means how nerdy, ponte dguila means watch out, death is called la pelona. Through ...

Google previewThe Latino Reader (1997)

An American Literary Tradition from 1542 to the Present by Harold Augenbraum, Margarite Fernández Olmos

Ruca means girl or woman, vato means guy or dude, chale means no, simon means yes, churro is sure, talk is periquiar, pigionear means petting, quegacho means how nerdy, ponte dguila means watch out, death is called la pelona. Through ...

Google previewPublications (1877)

by English Dialect Society

The male is called Chale Hemp, and winter Hemp ; the female barren Hemp, and Summer Hemp.' — Gerarde, Herball, ed. 1636, 709. Hemp was much cultivated here until the end of the great war with France. The carl or male hemp was used ...

Google previewThe queen's isle, chapters on the Isle of Wight, by the authoress of Edith Aubrey [signing herself Rosa]. (1861)

by Rosa Raine

Chale is a long and very straggling village, at the western foot of S. Catherine's, where the land sinks into a broad plain stretching away for some miles in the direction of Freshwater.

Google previewThe Pleasure Visitor's Companion in Making the Tour of the Isle of Wight (1854)

Pointing Out the Best Plan for Seeing in the Shortest Time Every Remarkable Object by George Brannon

CHALE is a considerable village in point of population : but the cottages are very scattered, and the place would be but little known, were it not for its proximity to Blackgang Chine. The Church is a plain but venerable structure ; the lofty old ...

Google previewThe pleasure visitor's companion in making the tour of the Isle of Wight. (43rd annual ed.). [Entitled] Brannon's shilling pocket guide. By G.& A.Brannon (1875)

CHALE is a considerable village in point of population : but the cottages are very scattered, and the place would be but little known, were it not for its proximity to Blackgang Chine. The Church is a plain but venerable structure ; the lofty old ...

Google previewHampshire, including the Isle of Wight, ed. by E.R. Kelly. (County topogr.). (1875)

by Edward Robert Kelly

CHALE is a parish, in the West Medina liberty and rural deanery, archdeaconry of the Isle of Wight, and diocese of Winchester, 8J miles south-south-west from Newport, and 7 west from Ventnor. The church of St. Andrew was built by Hugh ...

Google previewThe Pleasure-Visitor's Companion in surveying the Isle of Wight, etc. With plates and a map (1838)

by George Brannon

CHALE is a stragglingyillage on the western side of St. Catharine's Hill, known to the public more on account of its proximity to Blackgang Chine, than for any attractive feature of its own. SHORWELL is adelightful rural spot, situated five miles ...

Google previewIllustrated Handbook to the Isle of Wight (1875)

Chale is a neat but straggling village lying at the THE ISLE OP WIGHT. 25.

Google previewA Glossary of Words Used in the Wapentakes of Manley and Corringham, Lincolnshire (1877)

by Edward Peacock

' The male is called Chale Hemp, and winter Hemp ; the female barren Hemp, and Summer Hemp.' — Grerarde, Herball, ed.

Google previewThe pleasure-visitor's companion to the Isle of Wight ... Eighth edition, corrected up to the spring of the year 1840 (1843)

by George Brannon

CHALE is a straggling village on the western side of St. Catharine's Hill, known to the public more on account of its proximity to Blackgang Chine, than for any attractive feature of its own. SHORWELL is a beautiful rural spot, situ— ated five ...

Google previewA DICTIONARY OF THE SUSSEX DIALECT AND COLLECTION OF PROVINCIALISMS IN USE IN THE COUNTY OF SUSSEX (1877)

by W. D. PARISH

The male is called Chale Hemp, and winter Hemp J the female barren Hemp, and Summer Hemp.' — Gerarde, Herball, ed. 1636, 709. Hemp was much cultivated here until the end of the great war with France. The carl or male hemp was used ...

Google previewKidd's picturesque pocket companion to Southampton ... etc., and the Isle of Wight (1830)

by W. Kidd

CHALE is a neat village, about half a mile from the Chine, with a pretty church built by Hugh Vernon, in the reign of Henry the First. There is no other object here worthy our notice. KINGSTON, though the smallest parish in the island, has a 106 ...

Google previewThe Complete Costume Dictionary (2011)

by Elizabeth J. Lewandowski

caseiro casag casag-mharcachd casaque casaweck cashmere shawl casog cassock mantle Castiglione Castilian casul chaddar chadri chakva chir chal chale chale de brodie chalet chalina challapata chamarre chambard mantle chamford ...

Google previewA Grammar and Dictionary of the Timucua Language (1993)

by Julian Granberry

absolution Chale. absolve Chale, balu. abstain l-lani. abundance Yame. abundantly Bicota, otorota. accompany Uru, ...

Google previewA Biographical Dictionary of the Celebrated Women Or Every Age and Country. By Matilda Betham (1804)

by Matilda Betham

GUE BRIANT (RENEE DU BEC, MARE CHALE ...

Google previewA dictionary of scientific terms (1953)

by I. F. Henderson

[Gln chale, bile.] рт. acid ...

Google preview¬A New Hindustani-English Dictionary, with Illustrations from Hindustani Literature and Folk-Lore (1876)

by Samuel W. Fallon

Chale rāńd kā charokhā, aur bure kö pet. Prov. Loose bowels and the widow's spinning wheel go night and day. Chaiti châki dekh-kar dyā Kabirá roe, Dopátan bich ag-ke sabat bachá na koč, Kabir. Kabir has oft times wept to see the millstone ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Biological Terms (1920)

chale, bile] Perl acid contained in ox bile (phys.) ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the World's Coastal Landforms (2010)

by Eric Bird

To the north, the emerged reef runs out to a sharp point, and to the south east it is breached by broad Chale Bay, then continues in Juani and Jibondo Islands. Mangroves grow in bays and inlets on the northwest coast, but the east coast is ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (2007)

by John Oswald

Chale ,- agogeus. Cliolcr. Chole. Cholera-morbus. Cholie. Clmle. Chor s. Chorus; agogeus. Chora. Chorus. Chord. Cliorda. Chorepiscopus. Chorus ,' epi; scupeo. Churist. Charm. Cede. Character. Gastigo. Chale ,- morbu: L"orng-raph .

Google previewThe Popular Dictionary in Two Parts (1889)

English and Hindustani, and Hindustani and English by Thomas Craven

jaldi k ; harbaH k, — on, jaldl k; — off, — away, jaldi chale j; — back. jald palatna; — forward, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

CHALE, a river of China, which rises in the kingdom of LasTa, and falls into the Gulf of Cochin China.

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Scrabble value of C3H4A1L1E1

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