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Definition funny of Chelwood:

urbanA Chelwood is a rare species of the indigenous ape family. These primates traditionally have very small genitals and are known to commonly scratch, not their genitals, but rather the forefront of their most likely hair covered chest. It is a common known fact that one may contract Swetmanitis by coming in contact with a Chelwood’s testicular region. This disease affects a few number of people per year due to the fact that Chelwoods are rarely seen naked. But if one should come across an unclothed Chelwood it is best to make much noise so as to frighten the Chelwood into retreat. If this is ineffective, then the next course of action should be to run in the opposite direction while screaming, “Damnit Chelwood!”

urban"Damnit Chelwood!!!" -everyone

songs

Songs about Chelwood:

songsChelwood Park by Phil Lenk from the Album Reflections (Digitally Remastered)

books

Books about Chelwood:

booksBiography - Chelwood, Tufton Victor Hamilton (1917-1989): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)

booksIt is All True: Or, the grace and truth of the gospel made plain to common sense, in the first conversion and... by Richard Chapple Whalley (Apr 27, 2009)

booksA Quaker Adventure, the Story of Nine Years' Relief and Reconstruction, by A. Ruth Fry, Honorary General Secretary... by A. Ruth (Anna Ruth), (1878-1962) Fry (1926)

booksA Quaker adventure : the story of nine years' relief and reconstruction / by A. Ruth Fry, honorary general secretary... by A. Ruth (Anna Ruth), (1878-1962) Fry (1926)

booksIndustrial Conflict, the Way out : a Study of the Industrial Problem in its Practical Aspects, by the Rt. Hon.... by George Nicoll (1859-1940) Barnes (1924)

booksA sermon, preach'd at the New Meeting House near Chelwood, ... the third of November, 1771, on occasion of the... by Lewis Lewis (May 29, 2010)

booksMemoir of the REV. Richard Chapple Whalley, B. D., Late Rector of Chelwood; Illustrated by Select Letters and... by Richard Chapple Whalley (Feb 4, 2012)