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challis

[′shal·ē]
(textiles)
A soft fabric with a slight nap, woven in a plain or twill weave; may be cotton, wool, or a synthetic fiber.
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But Mr Challis added he believed the raid at the showroom only involved three or four people.
Mrs Challis, 45, who runs The White Horse pub at Wakefield Road, Lepton, leapt to sister Cherrie Russell's aid when she discovered Cherrie's kidneys were deteriorating.
Mr Challis tied the fly that he caught his record fish on as it is the largest caught on Corrib to date.
P-P-PICKING UP: Penguins at Belfast Zoo are on the mend, says Mark Challis
Challis later tweeted: "Fire engines are still here 24 hours later, keeping an eye on the still smouldering pile of pooh.
happy to see enjoying school to make life as possible him Challis His parents contacted lawyers at Irwin Mitchell to investigate the care which Sarah and Daniel received at the Walsall Manor Hospital, and they admitted the failures in July.
Mr Challis, 44, a RAF veteran and aircraft engineer, from Tai Nant, near Penycae, said he feared he could be shot.
Director Ray Duffy said: "Del Boy cocktails will be served from the Nags Head bar, we will have the Trotters yellow three wheeler there and John Challis will be signing copies of his fantastic books."
John Challis, in character, left, tries his first parmo Pictures by KATIE LUNN
Challis told the Echo: I''m glad to back in Liverpool as I haven''t been here for some time.
Youngsters should be monitored as public concern continues over emissions from wi-fi networks, said Professor Lawrie Challis, who heads the committee on mobile phone safety research.