Escobar reported that 43-year-old chad Oulson had thrown “an unknown object,” maybe a bag of popcorn, at Reeves.
Words had been exchanged and the texter, chad Oulson, had stood up and may have thrown a bag of popcorn.
Whatever the particular reason, chad was texting in Theater 10 when the previews commenced.
Plus, more of our 'How I Write' series with chad Harbach and Jodi Picoult.
Inside Theater 10 in Tampa, moviegoers rushed to save chad Oulson, who was shot in the chest after a feud over text messaging.
I was surprised, for Felix doesn't usually talk to chad; but to-night, all at once, he seemed to have a friendly fit.
But it was not chad who opened the door on this particular morning.
chad had heard his well-known brisk tread as he mounted the steps and had let him in before he could knock.
I brought him up as much to help dear chad as for any other reason.
Ich think the harlot had not cared, and chad not come, to kill you.
also Mr. Chad, graffiti drawing of a head peering over a fence or wall, with the caption, "Wot, no ______?" (the U.S. version usually had "Kilroy was here"), in reaction to shortages and rationing, 1945, British, of unknown origin.
"hanging flap or piece after a hole is punched in paper," a word unknown to most people until the 2000 U.S. presidential election (when the outcome hinged on partially punched paper ballots in some Florida counties), attested by 1930, of unknown origin.
African nation, former French colony (Tchad), independent since 1960, named for Lake Chad, which is from a local word meaning "lake, large expanse of water." An ironic name for such a desert country.
/chad/ (Or "selvage" /sel'v*j/ (sewing and weaving), "perf", "perfory", "snaf"). 1. The perforated edge strips on paper for sprocket feed printers, after they have been separated from the printed portion.
The term perf may also refer to the perforations themselves, rather than the chad they produce when torn.
2. (Or "chaff", "computer confetti", "keypunch droppings") The confetti-like bits punched out of punched cards or paper tape which collected in the chad box.
One of the Jargon File's correspondents believed that "chad" derived from the chadless keypunch.