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  • n  a checkerboard used to play chess

  • As Alexander Pichuzkin goes on trial, observers are waiting to find out if the self-confessed multiple killer who used a chessboard to lure his victims achieved his goal.
  • The chess-boxing combo traces its roots back to a 1992 comic book, titled The Nikopol Trilogy, in which the men of the future box on a chessboard floor.
  • Hillary and Bill Clinton have ruled the chessboard of Democratic politics for so long that almost no move they make comes as a surprise.

  • Barry Diller in
    I don't want any of you to wonder or worry that the company is being tossed around between me and Liberty as a pawn on a chessboard. It is not,Diller said in a brief note to employees on Friday that was made public in a regulatory filing on...
  • Steve Fielding in The Canberra Times
    Frankly, the response I am getting is like chess pieces being moved on a chessboard. It is insulting to everybody. You can tap-dance around it all you like, but I will go in to bat for them every day,Fielding said. "With this package you...
  • Allan Lichtman in Seattle Times
    If you're facing a moving chessboard, it's pretty difficult to know where to make your first move,said Allan Lichtman, a professor of history at American University. "Imagine playing chess if the board keeps changing."

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