Rook sentence example

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  • Rook pulled at the reins and started of his own accord.
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  • He once boasted he had shot a white rook and later found it was one of his own chickens.
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  • The king also has the ability to Castle, which is done on the first row when there is nothing between the king, and the king and neither rook has moved and no opposing piece attacks the empty squares between.
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  • It combines the powers of the rook and bishop, meaning it can move any number of squares horizontally, vertically and diagonally-provided no other piece blocks it.
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  • Rook-The rook moves any number of squares horizontally or vertically given that no piece blocksits path.
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  • Rook-A thick fold of cartilage on the inside of the upper ear is called the rook.
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  • Piercing the rook can be quite painful due to the density of the cartilage.
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  • Other areas of the ears which can be pierced are the tragus, anti-tragus, conch, rook, snug, daith and helix.
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  • On the other hand, the hare, grey partridge (Perdix cinerea), hedgehog, quail, lark, rook and stork find their way into the coniferous region as the forests are cleared.
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  • The rook is not found, but the common crow and one or two other kinds are there during the summer.
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  • Then he under-promoted to a N so that it would be check and win a rook with tempo.
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  • If black takes the pawn with the rook, queen takes rook wins the exchange.
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  • Emboldened, I suggest a rook sacrifice on f7.
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  • However, with the things that can go wrong there is immeasurable pleasure to be had from a good rook hawk.
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  • Books gave us recipes from the wild, like squirrel tail soup and rook pie.
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  • Observations The events that rook place during the day were complex.
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  • Other pieces on the board were known as the general or counselor, the chariot (rook in modern chess), elephant, horse (knight in modern chess) and foot soldier (pawn in modern chess).
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  • The rook, or castle, can move straightforward or sideways but not diagonally.
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  • The Queen combines the powers of the rook and bishop, moving either diagonally, horizontally, or vertically.
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  • First row - Rook, Knight, Bishop, King, Queen, Bishop, Knight and Rook.
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  • The Rook that the King has moved towards can be placed into the square over which the King has jumped.
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  • This combination of movements by the King and rook is called "castling."
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  • Use a Rook for penetration - Move an open Rook into a position where it can capture multiple pieces from the opponent.
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  • Use a Rook to dominate a Knight - Move the Rook to "surround" a Knight that the opponent has positioned in the corner of the chess board.
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  • By positioning the Rook a few squares out into the board from the Knight, the Rook is positioned to attack any move by the Knight.
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  • Optimus Prime will have a picture of a king on the base of his piece, and Rachet will have a picture of a Rook.
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  • Even though the pieces are easily recognizable, it's not so easy to remember which piece the character represents in terms of a Bishop, Knight, or Rook.
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  • If a player gets a pawn all the way to the opposite end of the board, he can exchange it for another piece, either bishop, rook, queen or knight.
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  • This chess move involves a king and a rook, both of which have not moved since the game started.
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  • A player can move the king two squares toward the rook and then place the rook in the spot the king passed over.
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  • From the outside left corner square (which is a dark square) moving to the right for white, the pieces line up as Rook, Knight, Bishop, Queen, King, Bishop, Knight and Rook.
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  • Despite starting with such lowly movements, the pawn is the only piece that can be promoted; that is, when a pawn reaches the last row, you can switch it out to a Queen, Rook, Bishop or Knight.
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  • You are allowed to move the king over two squares and bring the rook to the square immediately on the other side of the king.
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  • Rook tried to rise on his forelegs but fell back, pinning his rider's leg.
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