chine : Definition, Usages, News and More

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chine


  • n  cut of meat or fish including at least part of the backbone
  • n  backbone of an animal
  • v  cut through the backbone of an animal

  • Queen Elizabeth, gowned in salmon pink crpe de chine, said smilingly: "You know, my son is tall.
  • For cocktail parties, consider Calvin Klein's salmon crepe-de-chine long-sleeved blouse with banded collar, and his separate matching narrow-front wrap skirt (both for $232).
  • Two other ma chine men were stopped in New York last week.
News & Articles

  • Summer Arts Roundup: Exhibitions and Reviews
    There will be an opening reception at City Art featuring paintings by Claire K. Farrell on Thursday, June 20 from 6-8 pm. Her exhibition titled “The Wright Stuff” consists of mixed media works on paper that combine monotype, chine collé, collage, solar plate etching, or drawing.
    June 18, 2013 - Free Times
  • NYU denies Beijing scuttled Chen Guangcheng's fellowship
    Chinese activist and whistle-blower Chen Guangcheng is accusing New York University of submitting to Chinese pressure in pulling a fellowship position he had held since arriving in the United States last year.
    June 17, 2013 - Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • Gough Whitlam in NEWS.com.au
    If CHOGM is any use then it should be raised there, because it concerns many other countries, some larger, some smaller than the rogue Chine port city,Mr Whitlam said.
  • Alan Poindexter in CNET News
    It appeared to impact the starboard chine area,Poindexter said. "The impact appears to be less than what we experienced on (the last mission) and we'll certainly take a look at this throughout the evening and through the day tomorrow."

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