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chessman

any of the eight pieces and eight pawns used by each player in a game of chess
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This builds soil moisture which will come in very handy next spring," says Chessman.
When charged with the killing of the Soledad guard, Jackson, like Chessman, faced the death penalty if convicted.
Cooney's new book is not his first excursion into the details and themes of the Chessman case.
Is The Chessman still alive, and what is the purpose of the new game he's playing?
Chessman remained in serious condition Thursday in the cardiac intensive care unit at Oregon Health & Science University Hospital in Portland.
It's acceptable for a man to want to look good now:Tristan mccarthy, 32, is buyer and store manager at Chessman, an upmarket men's fashion emporium in Cardiff's Castle Arcade, and says his customers think nothing of forking out pounds 180 for a pair of jeans.
The carvings range from a thirteenth-century chessman, through Veit Stoss's superb boxwood Virgin and Child and David Le Marchand's Time and opportunity to Richard Garbe's 1946 ivory of a young woman.
Rebel and a Cause: Caryl Chessman and the Politics of the Death Penalty in Postwar California, 1948-1974
I normally go to Chessman in Cardiff and that for a lot of my clothes, but this lot could definitely be worn.
There is nothing to suggest that capital punishment was a crucial political issue or a major source of controversy until the case of a man named Caryl Chessman arose.
I got busted for making beer and did seven days on the shelf, and while I was there I had a couple of conversations with Caryl Chessman.
Hypervalue Holdings has received pounds 2m from Bank of Scotland Business Banking whose asset finance manager Steve Chessman said: "Hypervalue Holdings are a very interesting and enterprising business and we're delighted to have been able to support them in pursuing their vision.