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Gary Chalk also called Chalk

an illustator and model-maker who is perhaps best known for his contributions to the Lone Wolf series of gamebooks written by Joe DeverSource: Wikipedia

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Gary Chalk also called Chalk

a British-born Canadian actor and voice actorSource: Wikipedia

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Dave Chalk also called Chalk

a Major League Baseball playerSource: Wikipedia

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Gordon Chalk also called Chalk

Sir Gordon William Wesley Chalk KBE (16 May 1913 - 26 April 1991) was Premier of Queensland for a week, from 1 to 8 August 1968Source: Wikipedia

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O. Roy Chalk also called Chalk

Oscar Roy Chalk was a New York entrepreneur who owned real estate, airlines, bus companies, newspapers and a rail line that hauled bananas in Central AmericaSource: Wikipedia

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Chalke also called Chalk

a large gate that lead to the Great Palace of Constantinople from the AugustaionSource: Wikipedia

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Roger Chalk also called Chalk

AM is the former mayor of the Tasmanian local government area of Waratah-Wynyard, and patron of the Wynyard Municipal Concert BandSource: Wikipedia

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Billiard chalk also called Chalk

applied to the tip of the cue stick, ideally before every shot, to increase the tip's friction coefficient so that when it impacts the cue ball on a non-center hit, no (unintentional slippage between the cue tip and the struck ball) occursSource: Wikipedia

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a 2006 comedy-mockumentary film about teaching focusing on the lives of three teachers and one assistant principalSource: Wikipedia

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MgCO3, is a white solid that occurs in nature as a mineralSource: Wikipedia

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Chalkboard also called Chalk

known, when used for this purpose, as chalkSource: Wikipedia

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a village lying to east of Gravesend, Kent, England, part of the town areaSource: Wikipedia

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a BBC television sitcom written by Steven Moffat set in the fictional comprehensive school Galfast HighSource: Wikipedia

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a five piece band writing progressive hard rock based in the South East USASource: Wikipedia

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In military terminology, a chalk is a specific aircraft load, especially a group of airborne soldiers which deploy from a single aircraftSource: Wikipedia

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Chalk

(pronounced /ʧɔːk/) is a soft, white, porous sedimentary rock, a form of limestone composed of the mineral calciteSource: Wikipedia

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