CHESS


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CHESSChariot, Horse, Elephant, Soldiers
CHESSCornell High Energy Synchrotron Source
CHESSCentre for Health Equity Studies
CHESSComputer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions
CHESSChemosynthetic Ecosystems
CHESSChemical Shift Selective (technique for suppressing selected resonances in NMR spectroscopy)
CHESSClearing House Electronic Subregister System (Australian stock exchanges)
CHESSChristian Home Educators Support System
CHESSCommunity Health and Environmental Surveillance System
CHESSCoalition of Higher Education Students in Scotland
CHESSCommunity Health Environment Scan Survey
CHESSConsortium for Higher Education Software Services
CHESSChristian Home Education Support System
CHESSChess Helps Enhance Scholastic Skills
CHESSCondensing Heat Exchanger for Space Systems (NASA)
CHESSCouncil for Health and Environmental Safety of Soils
CHESSChristian Homeschool Education Support System
CHESSChannelized Engine for SONET/SDH
CHESSCambridge Home and EU (European Union) Scholarship Scheme (UK)
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As he spoke he dropped into the chair upon the opposite side of the chess table.
"We have a game on Mars similar to chess," he said, "very similar.
Guided by the infernal hubbub, I sprang to the rescue of my friend, but had hardly taken a stride in the darkness when the whole room blazed with a blinding white light that burned into my brain and heart and memory a vivid picture of the combatants on the floor, Moxon underneath, his throat still in the clutch of those iron hands, his head forced backward, his eyes protruding, his mouth wide open and his tongue thrust out; and--horrible contrast!--upon the painted face of his assassin an expression of tranquil and profound thought, as in the solution of a problem in chess! This I observed, then all was blackness and silence.
As it was, when I had spare moments I spent them playing chess, or going with nice girls who were themselves students, or in riding a bicycle whenever I was fortunate enough to have it out of the pawnbroker's possession.
After tea we would sit down to chess and then Fyne's everlasting gravity became faintly tinged by an attenuated gleam of something inward which resembled sly satisfaction.
A couple of hours afterwards I returned to the cottage for chess as usual.
Levin was confirmed in this generalization by observing that his brother did not take questions affecting the public welfare or the question of the immortality of the soul a bit more to heart than he did chess problems, or the ingenious construction of a new machine.
It follows that the game of chess, in its effects upon mental character, is greatly misunderstood.
Whist has long been noted for its influence upon what is termed the calculating power; and men of the highest order of intellect have been known to take an apparently unaccountable delight in it, while eschewing chess as frivolous.
Five minutes afterward the officer entered and the duke seemed to be immersed in the sublime combinations of chess.
So the duke had more than enough to think about; accordingly he fared at chess as he had fared at tennis; he made blunder upon blunder and the officer with whom he played found him easy game.
David Kramaley has sold Chessable to the world champion's business after a surge in popularity of the online chess site over the past year.