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chili

[′chil·ē]
(meteorology)
A warm, dry, descending wind in Tunisia, resembling the sirocco; in southern Algeria it is called chichili.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

CHILI

(language)
D.L. Abt. A language for systems programming, based on ALGOL 60 with extensions for structures and type declarations.

["CHILI, An Algorithmic Language for Systems Programming", CHI-1014, Chi Corp, Sep 1975]
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Visit Hwange - a park almost - a park almost H the size of Switzerland, take in the views from Cecil Rhodes' grave at Matopos Hills, or head even further off the beaten track to Chilo Gorge Lodge whose owner, Clive Stockil, was presented an award for conservation work by Prince William.
Visit Hwange - a park almost the size of Switzerland, take in the views from Cecil Rhodes' grave at Matopos Hills, or head even further off the beaten track to Chilo Gorge Lodge whose owner, Clive Stockil, was presented an award for conservation work by Prince William.
Visit Hwange - a - a H park almost the size of Switzerland, take in the Elephants | views from Cecil Rhodes' grave at Matopos Hills, or head even further off the beaten track to Chilo Gorge Lodge whose owner, Clive Stockil, was presented an award for conservation work by Prince William.