Chin

CHIN may refer to:

  • Canadian Heritage Information Network, a government agency in Canada that promotes Canadian culture and heritage on the Internet
  • CHIN Radio/TV International, a media company based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • CHIN (AM), a radio station (1540 AM) licensed to Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • CHIN-FM, a radio station (100.7 FM) licensed to Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Other articles related to "chin":

Leung Chin-man Appointment Controversy
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Leeann Chin
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List Of Shōnen Onmyōji Characters - The Twelve Shinshō - Kōchin
... Kōchin appears as a mature-looking woman, about 25 years old with shoulder-length black hair ... Unlike the others, Kōchin does not resent Guren as much and is actually his close friend shown in that he refers to Kōchin as 'Kō' ...
Leonard Chin
... Leonard Chin (born Leonard Anthony Chin, 1953, Kingston, Jamaica) aka Santic, is a Jamaican reggae record producer ... Chin's recording sessions generally took place at Randy's studio, with Errol Thompson at the mixing desk, and using Pablo as an arranger or keyboard player ... Chin also produced Jah Woosh's 1976 album, Chalice Blaze ...
Marcus Chin (actor)
... Marcus Chin Chinese name 陳建彬 Chinese name 陈建彬 Pinyin Chén Jiànbīn Birth name Chi On Kang Ancestry Dabu, Guangdong, China Origin Singapore Born Singapore ...

Famous quotes containing the word chin:

    Then he rang the bell and ordered a ham sandwich. When the maid placed the plate on the table, he deliberately looked away but as soon as the door had shut, he grabbed the sandwich with both hands, immediately soiled his fingers and chin with the hanging margin of fat and, grunting greedily, began to much.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    For America is a land of Commies and Prohibitionists but Anne does not see it. Anne is locked in. The Trotskyites don’t see her. The Republicans have never tweaked her chin for she is not there.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    Have you not a moist eye, a dry hand, a yellow cheek, a white
    beard, a decreasing leg, an increasing belly? Is not your
    voice broken, your wind short, your chin double, your wit
    single, and every part about you blasted with antiquity? and
    will you yet call yourself young?
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)