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Tue Jul 31 20:24:12 UTC 2001
This surprised me too. However, the Dover Publications (1944)
specifically uses the subordinate definition:
"(in chess) bishop" NOT elephant as I would have suspected. Under
"rook" they give
_áàøíÿ_ or _ëàäÿ_. OOPS, that's what happened when I tried to insert
from Word the Cyrillic forms.
I guess one could transliterate this as "bashnya" or "ladya".
If this is hogwash, then let me know and I'll consign this book to the
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