Definition of christie
: a skiing turn used for altering the direction of hill descent or for stopping and executed usually at high speed by shifting the body weight forward and skidding into a turn with parallel skis
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Christie's popularity in the state is at a historic low.
The images were taken before Christie headed to Trenton to hold a news conference — about the government shutdown.
Under Christie’s plan, the lottery would become property of the pension system for 30 years.
Christie led the Wildcats in innings pitched on the season with 83.
Christie later became the governor of the state, then a presidential candidate, and finally, a top Trump adviser.
The new portrait offers fans a first look at Christie in character with her helmet off.
One Tick Tock customer snagged a selfie with the New York governor, though Christie is nowhere to be seen.
The artworks that brought in the huge sums at Christie’s were being de-accessioned by the Fujita Museum in Osaka, Japan.
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Origin and Etymology of christie
by shortening & alteration from christiania
First Known Use: 1925See Words from the same year
Definition of Christie
Dame Agatha 1890–1976 née Miller English writer
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