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draughtboard

a square board divided into 64 squares of alternating colours, used for playing draughts or chess
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Caballero C, 'From "draughtboard alley" to "brown Britain": the "ordinariness" of racial mixing and mixedness in British society', in Edwards R, Ali S, Caballero C and Song M (eds), International Perspectives on Racial and Ethnic Mixedness and Mixing, London: Routledge, 2012
Fish species such as ling and draughtboard shark, which had been rare to the region, started appearing in big numbers.
This dazzling trademark range, the embodiment of the acceleration of time between1969 and 2009, is etched with all the historical guilloches of the ZENITH collections:Barleycorn, Clou de Paris, Draughtboard and Grand Clou de Paris.The ray of energy also runs through the Open El Primero 4021 icons in everyChronomaster, Class, Defy and Port Royal collection that will be re-issued in rose goldand stainless steel with a silver guilloche dial for this 40 th anniversary.