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chins, plural;
  1. Draw one's body up so as to bring one's chin level with or above (a horizontal bar) with one's feet off the ground, as an exercise

Noun
  1. The protruding part of the face below the mouth, formed by the apex of the lower jaw


  1. the protruding part of the lower jaw
  2. raise oneself while hanging from one's hands until one's chin is level with the support bar
  3. Kuki: Kamarupan languages spoken in western Burma and Bangladesh and easternmost India
  4. CHIN is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts multilingual programming at AM 1540 in Toronto, Ontario. The station, owned by CHIN Radio/TV International, also has an FM rebroadcaster at 91. ...
  5. In boxing, kickboxing and mixed martial arts, a chin refers to a fighter's ability to tolerate physical trauma to the face without being knocked out.
  6. The Chin are one of the ethnic groups in Myanmar. The Chins are found mainly in western part of Myanmar (the Chin State) and numbered circa 1.5 million. They also live in nearby Indian states of Nagaland, Mizoram and Manipur and Assam. ...
  7. Chin is one of the names mentioned by Las Casas for a deity said to have introduced homosexual relationships to Mayan noblemen living in the 16th-century Verapaz provinces.
  8. Qin (778 BC-207 BC) was a Chinese feudal state that existed during the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Periods of Chinese history. ...
  9. Chén is one of the most common East Asian family names. It ranks at the 2nd most popular surname in China and the most popular surname in Singapore and Taiwan. ...
  10. The bottom of a face, especially, the lower jaw or the region below the mouth; talk; A falsehood; The ability to withstand being punched in the face without being knocked out; To talk; To perform a chin-up
  11. (CHINS (CHild In Need of Supervision)) Term applied to status offenders adjudicated in juvenile court.
  12. (CHINS) A child in need of services falling under jurisdiction of the county Division of Family and Child Welfare.
  13. Conversation; chinning: talking
  14. The region of the head immediately below beak.
  15. ventral leathering below the bill ending where throat begins.
  16. Having a chin, whiskers or granite like jaw means having the ability to absorb punches when you get hit with a big shot and stay standing, to remain on your feet despite seeing black flashing lights, blurred, double or triple vision and feeling a buzz that goes all the way to your toes. ...
  17. The chin of a fighter refers to how well he can take a punch. Also referred to as his beard, or whiskers.
  18. abbreviation of 'Chinese', chinesisch (German: Chinese)
  19. Controls how much stun damage a fighter can take in a round before being stunned, knocked down, or knocked out. Also determines how much endurance damage a fighter can take in a single bout before accumulating injury points.
  20. a common area for unwanted hair in women
  21. A "chin" is a nickname for a chinchilla.
  22. Last one for this lovely picture, the Chin. The large bumb at the bottom of your face is called your Chin. If you are shaving your stubble you need to be careful around your chin so you don’t cut yourself. ...
  23. rare piercing through the chin itself, not entering the mouth.
  24. A short nickname for Chinchillas, usually used by breeders as well as pet owners.
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