I worked in cha Housing Projects for five years, processing public assistance applications.
I worked in cha housing projects for five years, processing public assistance applications.
On Monday night, Bristol cha cha-ed her way into a pretty good score from the judges.
Its origins and etymology are veiled in mystery: cha is Chinese for “tea,” but debates rage over those first two syllables.
Ironically, he quit the post in protest when the cha balked at building low-income housing in white wards.
The only 'evil wind' that an Indian knows of is a whirlwind, which is poi-i'-cha or Kan'-u-ma.
In addition, there is generally a little "cha tsien" (tea money) for the cook.
Denoting possession: is le Donull an leabhar, the book is Donald's; cha leis e, it is not his.
cha neil fios again'm lieil thusa air son tavigse thoirtorra, Cnocnangraisheag?
The syllables 'cha cha cha' are several times repeated when the bird is irritated.