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scorch

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to undergo or cause to undergo damage by or as if by fire

damage or a damaged substance that results from burning

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a human female employed to do housework

any of several small trout-like fish of the genus Salvelinus

burn to charcoal

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burn slightly and superficially so as to affect color

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McLaughlin also regularly asked CHA employees to do political work for both Mr.
Collaboration and communication between CHA members ensures that treatment is provided with input from each doctor responsible for the patient's wellbeing.
The CHA sets flat rents based on neighborhood market value, nit size and other amenities, such as whether a unit is new construction or newly rehabbed.
The remaining 6,219 CHA family units will be built in new mixed-income developments that will also include units for middle-class renters and homeowners.
In fact, the agreement goes so far as to assign the CHA the responsibility of paying for the officers' cellular phones.
Come meet with CHA members and Core180, the official sponsor of the CHA suite at PTC in the Rainbow Tower, Suite 1112.
Long after most comparable cases would have been forgotten, Hixon, who once led the CHA unit investigating misconduct among its own officers, was indicted in May for allegedly pressuring the state's attorney to drop a routine 1998 drug possession case that he maintains was a set-up.
MORE CHA CHA: Cha Cha Cha and Cha Cha Chicken aren't enough for chef-owner Toribio Prado.
As the plan proceeded in 2002, the CHA presented a rosy view of its actions and its future.
Second, I have always said that the Service Connector program, in partnership with other City and community agencies, has "helped" over 2,500 CHA families find jobs.
The combination of Cloverleaf Partners and CHA is representative of our traditional buy-and-build strategy.
Independent evaluations are difficult, because officials in the Chicago Department of Human Services, which administers the program for the CHA, have tried to control access to the private agencies that run day-to-day operations.