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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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Mr Challis will also meet fans after the show to sign autographs and pose for pictures, while signing copies of his autobiography, Being Boycie, and novel, Reggie: A Stag At Bay.
The judge, Recorder Barrie Searle, gave Geary two years in prison, suspended for two years, and Challis 12 months suspended for two years.
Challis has used everything from a dog barking to an unborn baby's heartbeat to produce work for clients.
However, once you have converted a 1911 to the Challis system, the grip screws are easily removed with the same 7/32 nut driver that drove them in place.
The inquest also heard how Mrs Challis was the passenger in a Golf estate travelling back to Merthyr Tydfil from a trip to the theatre in Brecon.
First round: 1 Luke Challis 66, 2 Paul Hamilton 67, 3 Matt Pugh 67.
And whilst the strength of international demand has been the highlight of the post-downturn market, the second half of last year marked the return of domestic buyers in greater numbers," said Challis.
And whilst the strength of international demand has been the highlight of the post-downturn market, the second half of 2013 marked the return of domestic buyers in greater numbers," said Mr Challis.
We forecast Central London price growth of 8pc this year, holding at or near this level for the next four years," Mr Challis added.
And Del Boy's richest pal (aka John Challis, 71, from Hereford) has got some top tips for the world's most famous footballer, who is set to appear in a special Only Fools and Horses sketch filmed for Sport Relief.
JOHN Challis, best known as Boycie in BBC1's Only Fools and Horses, is touring with a one-off show revealing stories about his career.
As regards the rock paintings Messrs Lewis-Williams and Challis argue that they are not crude, simple or simplistic.