CHAM

CHAM is a Canadian radio station in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Owned by Bell Media, the station broadcasts Premiere Radio Networks` 24/7 Comedy radio network under the brand `Funny 820`. ==Station history== CHAM began operations in November 1959 as a 5,000 watt station at the 1280 AM frequency under the CHIQ call letters. Initially the station ......
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Cham

• (n.) The sovereign prince of Tartary; -- now usually written khan. • (v. t.) To chew.
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cham

(from the article `Central Asian arts`) Much of this music emerges from monasteries only at festival time, when the great `cham (dance) dramas, which may last several days, are performed ... ...Every monastery of adequate size and monastic population maintained its own masks, costumes, props, and musical instruments. In spite of regiona...
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Cham

(from the article `Orzeszkowa, Eliza`) ...peasant novels include Dziurdziowie (1885; `The Dziurdzia Family`), which presented a shocking picture of the ignorance and superstition of poor ...
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Cham

(from the article `Southeast Asian arts`) ...presumably were a part of court life in northern Vietnam during the period of Chinese rule (111 – 939), and between the 10th and 13th centuries ... ...early sculptures to survive are the stone fragments from the Van-phuc temple (9th–11th centuries), which are based on Chinese Buddhi...
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CHAM

[AM] ===User:Pollykreis=== I believe that the user who filed this report was referring to my report (this diff) on the vandalism noticeboard. Pollykreis repeatedly added a spam link to Larchmont, New York and nearby towns. Accounts used included 67.87.249.222 and 69.119.153.123, LarchmontWatch, and PressFreedom. User:Black Kite resolved the...
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Cham

[Unicode block] Cham is a Unicode block containing characters for writing the Cham language, primarily used for the Eastern dialect in Cambodia. ...
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Cham

Cham noun [ See Khan .] The sovereign prince of Tartary; -- now usually written khan . Shak.
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Cham

Cham transitive verb [ See Chap .] To chew. [ Obsolete or Prov. Eng.] Sir T. More.
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