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During the past few months, Microsoft Exchange servers have been like chum in a shark-feeding frenzy.Better cybersecurity means finding the “unknown unknowns”|MIT Technology Review Insights|May 26, 2021|MIT Technology Review
He trained a $17,000 horse he dubbed “The Fish” for his wavy thinness, the 1998 near-Triple Crown winner Real Quiet, for the chum who helped him into thoroughbreds, the McDonald’s-franchises owner Mike Pegram.Bob Baffert, long horse racing’s irreverent king, sits on a precarious throne|Chuck Culpepper, Gus Garcia-Roberts|May 14, 2021|Washington Post
Orphaned by the time she was 12, Eleanor had been long told that she was homely and plain but school chums knew her as a caring girl with a sharp mind.
The difference is that options trading has a starker win-lose dynamic, one where amateurs are chum for the veterans.‘Going to Vegas:’ Newbie options traders face a reckoning as the tech stock rally fades|Jeff|September 14, 2020|Fortune
Those people will dial up their old chum at the Senator's office and demand to know why the Medicare actuaries want them to die.Why Not Make Social Security Benefits Even More Generous|Megan McArdle|March 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When a chum updates his status, a little yellow badge in the edge alerts you.
The control, the power, the ownership of the show, all resided with others, including his old chum Fuller.
The most entertaining of the latter came from John Culver, a former senator from Iowa and a college chum of Kennedy's.
Bobby attended this institution of learning with his particular chum and the boys had no end of good times.Squinty the Comical Pig|Richard Barnum
The formula for the date of its foundation in 1636 may be thus expressed—Harvard College founded; the chum age .Assimilative Memory|Marcus Dwight Larrowe (AKA Prof. A. Loisette)
On the broken porch of the abandoned house Amy stopped and waited for her chum to overtake her.
Her chum leaned against the door jamb while peal after peal of laughter shook her.
Her chum came leaping up the hill behind her, having moored the canoe with one hitch.