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chessboard

a square board divided into 64 squares of two alternating colours, used for playing chess or draughts
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The object of the task is to perform procedures in the field of active conservation in natura 2000 chessboard.
Then, they had to build the chessboard from scratch, before arranging themselves like sudoku, so nobody could be in the same vertical, horizontal or diagonal line.
An electron's spin might arise because space at very small distances is not smooth, but rather segmented, like a chessboard," said Regan.
The final two weeks were devoted to glazing the pieces and making the chessboards.
Getting very far into the second half of the chessboard would bring changes that can't even be imagined.
He killed two birds with one stone: a vertical chessboard with 64 cubbies instead of spaces.
While this book studies carefully and critically the degree of success that various governments have had in reintegrating workers into the labour force and/or keeping former workers from starving, it is remarkably uncritical about the political economy arrangements that treat workers like pawns on a profit-making chessboard.
The robot consists of a three-finger gripper, which is connected to the control system, an electric chessboard, special hardware and software.
The solid and void arrangement is like a chessboard and the juxtaposition of elements creates ever-changing pathways and vistas as you move through the complex.
On the top chessboard, military power is largely unipolar, and the US is likely to remain the only superpower for some time.
Our partnership with 9Arts Italy helps us commission customised bathroom furniture and unique accessories or installations such as sculptures in 925 per cent silver or malachite and glasses decorated in 24 carat gold, or even copies of Florentine masterpieces like the precious chessboard with refined detail of marble, gold and silver," he adds.
The sport was inspired by a French comic book called the Nikopol Trilogy in which men box on a chessboard floor.