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    Chiefs refer to leaders or individuals who hold the highest authority or occupy the highest position within a group, organization, or community. Chiefs are typically responsible for making important decisions, providing guidance, and overseeing the overall operations of the group they lead.

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    The Chiefs are a professional rugby union team based in Hamilton, New Zealand and are the current Super Rugby champions. Their home ground is Waikato Stadium. The Chiefs play in black, red and yellow coloured jerseys. The team competes in the Super Rugby competition known as the Super 12 from 1996 to 2005, Super 14 from 2006–10 and Super Rugby from 2011 onwards. The Chiefs are one of the competition's five New Zealand sides. Until 2004, the Chiefs were the only New Zealand side to never have qualified for the Super 12 semi-finals. In that year the Chiefs earned their first semi-final berth, and in the end achieved fourth place. They made the 2009 final but found themselves on the short end of a record 61–17 defeat by the Bulls. The Chiefs were rewarded with a home final after a strong 2012 season. Their opponents, the Sharks, went into the match as underdogs. The Chiefs defeated the Sharks 37–6 winning their first Super Rugby title. In 2013 the Chiefs became the 4th Super Rugby franchise to record back to back title wins when they defeated the Brumbies 27–22 in front of a full home crowd at Waikato Stadium.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Chiefs in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Chiefs in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

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  1. Kevin Davis:

    The challenge police chiefs have, across the country, is to articulate the necessity to do these things consistent with community expectations, does it cost money, of course... The cost of not is setting your city, your county, your town back a decade after a crisis occurs that people look at and decide something was preventable, and the right steps weren't taken to prevent a crisis.

  2. Anthony Barnes:

    I know the Kansas City fans – they travel, they travel well, the Chiefs’re known to go to a city and almost take it over.

  3. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz:

    Part of this Iranian deal was lifting the international sanctions on General Soleimani. The day General Soleimani flew back from Moscow to Iran was the day we believed that Russia used cyber warfare against the Joint Chiefs. We need a new commander-in-chief that will stand up to our enemies and that will have credibility.

  4. Donald Trump:

    I was given the biggest award by the Marines the other day, one of the biggest civilian awards by the Marines the other day, i was with all of the Marines, I was with the new head of the joint chiefs of staff, he's a very impressive guy, at the Waldorf Astoria the other night. I was given one of the most distinguished awards, which was a great honor for me.

  5. Alex Vanderveen:

    We feel like The Chiefs’s Tampa Bay 60 % then 30 % everyone else and maybe 10 % us, so we find our Chiefs fans, we get excited.

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