Crossword clues for chee
The Chée is a long river in the Meuse and Marne'' départements'', northeastern France. Its source is in the Barrois, near Marat-la-Grande, a hamlet in Les Hauts-de-Chée. It flows generally southwest. It is a right tributary of the Saulx into which it flows at Vitry-en-Perthois, near Vitry-le-François.
Its main tributary is the Vière.
Chee is a unisex given name. Notable people with the name include:
- Chee Dodge (1860–1947), American politician
- Chee Soo (1919–1994), English writer
Chee is a surname. It may be an alternative spelling of a number of East Asian surnames, including the Korean surname Ji, as well as the Min Nan/ Hokkien pronunciation of the Chinese surname pronounced Xú in Mandarin. Notable people with the surname include:
Chee may refer to:
- 22158 Chee, a main-belt asteroid
- Chee (given name), a unisex given name
- Chee (surname), a surname
- Jim Chee, a fictional police detective
Usage examples of "chee".
FIRST, Officer Jim Chee had felt foolish sitting on the roof of the house of some total stranger.
Detective Chee would be over there in Thoreau working on that big homicide.
In it, Chee had opposed a proposal to use the open pit of the abandoned Jacks Wild Mine as a toxic waste dump.
Leaphorn had given him his orders, Chee had decided to make the best of it.
The audience had fallen so silent that Chee could hear the dialogue of the clowns.
This was not proving to be a good day and Chee was not optimistic about it getting better.
Cops who had worked under Leaphorn before the lieutenant had been shifted into this new Special Investigations Office had warned Chee that the man could be an arrogant son-of-a-bitch.
The man who somebody had clubbed to death just about forty yards from where Chee had been sitting.
In his relatively short tenure as a Navajo Tribal Policeman Chee had seen an infinite variety of vehicular homicide.
There was no reason for Blizzard to be such a hardass over this, and Chee was tempted to tell him so.
When Chee and his friends at boarding school played cowboys and Indians, the Indians were always Cheyenne.
She was holding a box of frozen green beans and a butcher-paper package which Chee guessed would be ground beef to be thawed for supper.
Through the doorway behind her, Chee could see a great pile of shucked corn filling a corner of the room.
Cheyenne sitting motionless on the couch waiting for Chee to finish wasting his time.
Kanitewa, whose expression suggested to Chee that what little patience she once had for police had worn thin.