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Synonyms for chessboard

a checkerboard used to play chess

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Technological competition is another chessboard of this new multilevel and multidimensional XXI Century Great Game, where the great actors move their pieces.
Machine vision is also needed for robotics to automatically identify different chess pieces on a chessboard and spot their location.
For the purpose of testing the proposed approach, a chessboard that contains chess pieces is used.
A word is queen's-move graphable if one can place its different letters (no repeats) on an 8-by-8 chessboard (enlarged if necessary) and spell it out using queen's moves (straight lines horizontally, vertically or diagonally) from one letter to the next.
The chessboards were made out of vinyl self-adhesive tile and Masonite.
We had a sample chessboard for students to use as a template.
He said that when he left the Soviet Union he brought 30 training chessboards to the airport with him, which Soviet officials said he could not take with him.
Students will correctly utilize linear perspective to design a chessboard in perspective They will also study Surrealistic artworks as inspiration for their own original fantasy themes within the context of the game of chess.
The puzzles also extend to three-dimensional chessboards. A full history and the solution to each problem are detailed in these pages.
Outside, there's a heated swimming pool with lap lanes and spa, arts and crafts cabana, covered patios, human-scale chessboards and bocce ball courts.
With dioramas carved from roots and different woods, Person moved beyond the functional into the realm of "art for art's sake"; the three on view ranged from abstract configurations to dreamlike figural rebuses that suggested quirky chessboards frozen mid-game.
A subsequent essay elucidates the concept of exponential growth, drawing upon examples that involve chessboards, bacteria colonies, world population, and radioactive decay.
Written as a sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland , Through the Looking-Glass describes Alice's further adventures as she moves through a mirror into another unreal world of illogical behavior, this one dominated by chessboards and chess pieces.
Also out are fireworks, chessboards, catalogues showing pictures of people, musical instruments, cassettes, computer discs, movies, TV dishes, pig fat and anything made of human hair.
Like many of her contemporaries, for instance, Lachowicz has "done" Marcel Duchamp: in her case, in the form of lipstick urinals, images on glass, and various chessboards. Not surprisingly, her sardonic postfeminist penchant for Heroic Male Art has led her to cast her appropriative eye farther afield, in particular to the work of Yves Klein.