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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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The energy from each raindrop can be deflected by a living plant (cover crop) or even by dead residue, Chessman explains.
The movement around Chessman developed at the end of a decade of severe repression during which the anticommunism of the Cold War had silenced most forms of political activity.
8220;Just as the gas chamber haunted Chessman for nearly twelve years,” writes the author, “his case hounded me for over fifty years.
Mark Chessman adds: "The Government must act now to educate key decision makers, demonstrating the clear business benefits and implications of emissions reporting.
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.
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.
From California's death row at San Quentin, convicted rapist and kidnapper Caryl Chessman authored four bestselling memoirs that sparked one of the largest campaigns to end the death penalty.
Pepperidge Farm has introduced 100-calorie cookie pouches in a trio of flavors -- Chessman Chocolate Cookies, Chessman Butter Cookies and Chocolate Chunk Dark Chocolate Cookies.
Chessman of Marcola once in the head as he snorkeled about 2 p.
This edition includes for the first time the names of Tom Babington the new Federal Treasurer and Bill Chessman the new Federal Membership Officer.
Even Diane Needham, 32, an IFA with Chessman & Partners in Chesham, Herts, could not save her grandmother Doreen's home.
As brands change sides like chessman loosed of all restraints and go tumbling helter-skelter across the board, fortune will suddenly seem to shine on one distributor while storm clouds rumble in the face of another.