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A group of rooks?

A group of rooks is known as a parliament, due to their habit of forming large assemblies during which one bird will seem to "speak" or orate at length. Afterwards, the bird i (MORE)

What is a rook?

A raven . The chess pieces that occupy the extreme corners of the opening game. Also know as a castle. . A prank, or a scam most often used as a verb. 'I've been rooked'
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How does a rook move?

The rook moves along either a rank or a file, and can move across or along any number of unoccupied squares. This means it can "reach" from one side of the board to the other (MORE)
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Why is a rook called a rook?

There will probably other theories about the origin of the name "rook" for this chess piece; however her is the one I believe is best.. IN the origins of the game itself, the (MORE)
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Were rookes dead?

Meh, I'm not interested... I'm scared... I'm not answering this one... I don't even know the answer.

Where are the rook islands?

The islands exist only in a game, not for real. Based on in-game mentions, thesemade-up islands are located somewhere between Thailand and Papua New Guinea. In real life, t (MORE)
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What are rooks in chess?

Rooks are the castle-shaped pieces that begin the game at the four corners. They can move an unlimited distance but can't jump over other pieces, and can only travel up, down, (MORE)

Sentence for rooks?

The rooks are in the cornfield again. . I can't see how many rooks are on the telephone line fromhere.