uncheckered

  • 1 uncheckered — adj. * * * …

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  • 2 uncheckered — adjective Not checkered; constant, unvarying …

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  • 3 uncheckered — adj …

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  • 4 Chaturanga — Further information: Chess (disambiguation) This article is about the two player ancient game Chaturanga. For the four player version, played with dice, see Chaturaji. See also: Chaturanga (2008 film) Chaturanga pieces …

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  • 5 Chess — This article is about the Western board game. For other chess games or other uses, see Chess (disambiguation). Chess From left to right: a whit …

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  • 6 Single-shot — This article is about firearms. For other uses, see Single Shot (disambiguation). Single shot firearms are firearms that hold only a single round of ammunition, and must be reloaded after each shot. The history of firearms began with single shot… …

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  • 7 Origins of chess — The game of Chess has been attributed to the Indians both by the Persians and by the Arabs.Wilkinson 1943] However, the origin of the game remains lost in antiquity. [cite web|url=http://chess.about.com/od/history/p/aa06a14.htm|title=chess.about.c… …

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  • 8 Tamerlane chess — is a strategic board game related to chess and derived from shatranj. It was developed in Persia during the reign of Timur, also called Tamerlane (1336 1405). Some sources attribute the game s invention to Timur, but this is by no means certain.… …

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  • 9 Chad (chess variant) — Chad gameboard and starting position Chad is a chess variant created by Christian Freeling in 1979. It is played on an uncheckered 12×12 gameboard and consists of one king and eight rooks per side, with rooks able to promote to queens. The… …

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  • 10 History of chess — For the book by H. J. R. Murray, see A History of Chess. Photographs of real size resin reproductions of the 12th century Lewis chessmen. The top row shows king, queen, and bishop. The bottom row shows knight, rook, and pawn. The history of chess …

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  • 11 Permanence — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Absence of change. < N PARAG:Permanence >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 stability stability &c. 150 Sgm: N 1 quiescence quiescence &c. 265 Sgm: N 1 obstinacy obstinacy &c. 606 GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 permanence …

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  • 12 uneventful — a. Quiet, commonplace, uninteresting, uncheckered, dull, monotonous, humdrum, eventless …

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