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bale-chale
somehow or other (sometimes by tricks, sometimes by force) — CC Madhya 12.170
bālya-bhāva chale
as if in His childhood state — CC Ādi 13.23
chale
under different pleas. — CC Ādi 13.22
on the pretense. — CC Ādi 13.103
on the pretense of — CC Ādi 14.22
on the plea of — CC Ādi 14.65, CC Ādi 17.7
by tricks — CC Ādi 17.172, CC Antya 8.81
on the pretext — CC Madhya 17.53
āsvādana-chale
under the plea of tasting it Himself. — CC Ādi 13.39
nānā-chale
under different excuses — CC Ādi 14.36
under different pleas — CC Madhya 8.213
vyādhi-chale
on the plea of being diseased — CC Ādi 14.39
uparāga-chale
on the event of the lunar eclipse — CC Ādi 13.100
yātrikera chale
as if pilgrims — CC Madhya 1.268
dugdha-dāna-chale
on the plea of delivering milk — CC Madhya 4.172
on the plea of giving milk in charity — CC Madhya 16.271
ei chale
under this plea — CC Madhya 1.136
on this plea — CC Antya 6.169
doṣa-āropa-chale
on the plea of attributing faults — CC Madhya 7.29
doṣa-udgāra-chale
on the plea of attributing faults — CC Madhya 7.32
sei chale
under that plea — CC Madhya 9.4
on that plea — CC Madhya 10.11
yātrā-chale
on the plea of the car festival — CC Madhya 14.124
kona chale
by some pretext. — CC Madhya 16.240
by some trick — CC Madhya 18.43
mūrcchā-chale
pretending to be unconscious — CC Antya 18.115
śāsti-chale
on the pretext of chastisement — CC Antya 12.28

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