(IBM called this a “chip box”) A metal box about the size of a lunchbox (or in some models a large wastebasket), for collecting the chad that accumulated in Iron Age card punches. You had to open the covers of the card punch periodically and empty the chad box.
The bit bucket was notionally the equivalent device in the CPU enclosure, which was typically across the room in another great grey-and-blue box.
Lake, a lake in Africa at the junction of four countries: Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria. 5000 to 10,000 sq. mi. (13,000 to 26,000 sq. km) (seasonal variation). Official name Republic of Chad. a republic in N central Africa, E of Lake Chad: a member of the French Community; formerly part of French Equatorial Africa. […]
the traditional garment of Muslim and Hindu women, consisting of a long, usually black or drab-colored cloth or veil that envelops the body from head to foot and covers all or part of the face. noun a variant spelling of chuddar noun See burka n. “cloth worn as a shawl by Muslim women,” from Persian […]
plural of cheder. heder. noun (Judaism) (pl) chadarim (xadaˈriːm), (English) cheders (in Western countries) elementary religious education classes, usually outside normal school hours more traditionally, a full-time elementary religious school (informal) a place of corrective instruction; prison
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