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Chittim

(kĭt`ĭm), variant of KittimKittim
or Chittim
. 1 Biblical term for Cyprus; often extended to include lands W of Syria. The name originally designated the Phoenician port of Citium in Cyprus. 2 Term appearing in the Dead Sea Scrolls, used of the Romans.
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The Chittims were making show coats for livestock animals when they decided to take the leap to manufacturing bags for the military nearly 30 years ago.
La doctora Chittim Morrill, quien viviera su ninez en Mexico, dedica "Una industria de la plata: 1939-1948" al crecimiento platero gracias a disenadores europeos y estadunidenses como Jean Puiforcat y el surrealista Hubert Harmon, asi como mexicanos.
This is wonderful," said Claudia Chittim of the New Mexico Wine Growers Association.
These include shallow depths to the base of the San Miguel formation under 95,300 acres of the Comanche Ranch lease, shallow depths to the base of the San Miguel under 7,900 acres of the Chittim B lease, and all depths under the 3,300-acre Chittim C lease.
Hali Asher had five kills and five blocks, Jessica Chittim added four aces and nine digs and Lowell defeated Alsea 25-7, 25-12, 25-17.
In the Glen Rose shoal play, the Chittim 1-131H, (52% WI) went on production in late October at 825 Mcfd.
Minnechaug 12, Shrewsbury 9: Devan Michael (3 assists) and Lauren Ineson (assist) each scored three goals, and Nicole Chittim added two goals and one assist for the host Colonials (5-2) in a loss to the Falcons (6-0).
Jessica Chittim served 22 straight times in the first set, and Kaysey DeMarce had 14 kills, two blocks and two aces.
I drew a china tea set that I was given as a child, which brought back memories,'' said Ceramics and Studio I student Nicole Chittim.