chessman


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Synonyms for chessman

any of 16 white and 16 black pieces used in playing the game of chess

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It is a warder that is on offer here, purchased for 5 [pounds sterling] from one Edinburgh antiques dealer by another in 1964 but unrecognised as anything other than an antique chessman. Chess is a war game, but in Europe it also came to represent the structure of society.
AWARD-WINNING VEHICLE INCIDENT MANAGEMENT FIRM FMG IS MOVING TO LARGER HQ PREMISES AT BRADLEY BUSINESS PARK Chief executive of FMG Mark Chessman An image showing how the reception area will look
Harriet Scott Chessman succeeds in writing a song of the soul in The Beauty of Ordinary Things.
“Just as the gas chamber haunted Chessman for nearly twelve years,” writes the author, “his case hounded me for over fifty years.
to relive his prior investigation of the Chessman murderer (which he never resolved) to an apparent new game with either the Chessman resurrected from the dead or a copycat murder, Cady finds his life once more taken over by an impossible series of moves.
They had driven over eight hours from the Bay Area and walked four miles through the wilderness to plead Chessman's case before Justice Carter.
Mark Chessman, deputy managing director of Lloyds TSB Autolease, said: "Some choices like the Jaguar XK convertible will save firms more than pounds 2,500 over the course of an average company car lease which, for some executives, will be too good to ignore."
The pair then combined with Chessman who won the track's final race of the season, a 2,200-metre handicap.
It is American politicians answered, since Ahmadinejad has previously moved his chessman in the scene of international relations and looks for his counterparts to move.
Algae have been observed to grow on the carapace of many species of freshwater turtle (Hoffman and Tilden, 1930; Edgren et al., 1953; Walker et al., 1953; Ducker, 1957; Proctor, 1958; Chessman, 1978; Dalem, 1998) and may also occur on the head, tail and plastron (Edgren et al., 1953; Dalem, 1998).
For example, readers do not know the circumstances surrounding the execution of Caryl Chessman, who became a cause celebre in the 1950s after receiving eight reprieves (74).
This edition includes for the first time the names of Tom Babington the new Federal Treasurer and Bill Chessman the new Federal Membership Officer.
She spoke out against the death sentence of convicted murderer Caryl Chessman, whom police nicknamed the "Red Light Bandit." Kirk visited Chessman several times in prison until he was executed in 1960.
Even Diane Needham, 32, an IFA with Chessman & Partners in Chesham, Herts, could not save her grandmother Doreen's home.
Chessman notwithstanding, Brown won a resounding re-election in 1962 against Richard Nixon, who charged that Brown had stifled the state with high taxes and regulations, and was insufficiently anti-communist to boot.