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pawn

a chessman of the lowest theoretical value, limited to forward moves of one square at a time with the option of two squares on its initial move: it captures with a diagonal move only
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pawn

A covered passageway or gallery.
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Angie Liston, a real estate agent and first-time pawner who received pounds 400 against a gold necklace and her husband's watch, said she was surprised by how efficient the process was.
Case #3: Our pawn unit conducted a top pawner report and found a seller who had approximately 7 transactions including several television sets, stereo equipment, cameras, and jewelry.