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Numerology information Allchin:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Allchin:
to be bothered by something to the point of severe jaw clenching causing your chin to stick out like a jay leno chin.
What did you say to Dee to piss her off so bad? She's been all chin today. whatta whore...
A weirdo who allways insists on showing off HIS new toys. He is really a child inside, who flirts with his best friends constantly like a perv. An allchin is allways a nobhead.
An example of this would be him showing of a new car or a new gadget such as a new ipod which he can only afford of his grandmas catalogue. An allchin thinks he is sooo posh because he works in a high profile company such as Yorkshire Bank or Barclays Bank. But every one knows he often started of in a place like McDonalds or a pound shop.
Books about Allchin:
Allchin: Webster's Timeline History, 1803 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)
Windows NT upgrade debut this week - it's D-Day for Allchin at Microsoft. (Jim Allchin): An article from: Software... (Jul 28, 2005)
William Allchin by John L. Middlemiss and etc. (Dec 1990)
Man and the cosmos: the vision of St. Maximus the Confessor. With a foreword by A.M. Allchin. by Lars Thunberg (1985)
KAVITAVALI [BY] TULSI DAS. TRANSLATED AND WITH A CRITICAL INTROD. BY F. R. ALLCHIN by 1532-1623 Tulas¯id¯asa (1964)
Kavitavali: Translated and with a Critical Introdution by Raymond Allchin by Tulsi Das (1964)
Building the Allchin Traction Engine by William Jesse Hughes (Jun 1979)
Wiki information Allchin:
James "Jim" Edward Allchin is an American blues rock guitarist/singer, philanthropist, and a former Microsoft executive. He assisted Microsoft in creating many of the system platform components including Microsoft Windows, Windows Server, server...
Frank Raymond Allchin FBA was an archaeologist who specialized in South Asian archaeology. He was born in Harrow, London, and studied at the Regent Street Polytechnic. He first visited India in 1944 whilst serving with the army in the Royal Corps of...