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a small piece of paper that is supposed to be removed when a hole is punched in a card or paper tape

a lake in north central Africa


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a landlocked desert republic in north-central Africa

a family of Afroasiatic tonal languages (mostly two tones) spoken in the regions west and south of Lake Chad in north central Africa

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I had never even heard of chads until last fall,'' said Woodland Hills resident Ray Detournay.
Now, check your chads, Louise,'' Ray Detournay said.
People are saying after they're done, `I checked all my chads.
Chad Walker, from Georgia: 'Being named Chad and well aware of the current importance of bits of paper called chads I have been embarrassed by it all.
An entry attributed to 'Al Gore from the US': 'Just looking for a few misplaced Chads.
St Chad was a 7th Century cleric whose story bears similarities to that of President-elect George W Bush - he was made a bishop before being told he should not have been ordained.
IN A GLASS BY ITSELF: If this whole Election 2000 debaclehas gotten you down and you feel as though you need a drink, why not try a Hanging Chad Martini?
the Charles Hotel's Tini Bar, has created ``The Hanging Chad.
It is quite possible in moving the remains of St Chad the bones of other individuals were disturbed and became mixed with those of the saint,' said the report.
So it was natural the first Catholic cathedral to be built in England since the Reformation was therefore dedicated to St Chad.