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dob:1119-1182 CE
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Sun Bu'er (Sun Pu-erh, Chinese: ), one of the Taoist Seven Masters of Quanzhen, lived c. 11191182 C.E. in the Shandong province of China. She was a beautiful, intelligent, wealthy woman, married with no children. Her family name was Sun and her first name was Fuchun (), Bu'er being her name in religion. Her husband Ma Yu was a student of Wang Chongyang. At the age of 51 she took up the study of the Dao and herself became a disciple of Wang Chongyang, serving as a Taoist priestess. She eventually left her home and traveled to the city of Luoyang where after twelve years of practice, at Fengxiangu cave, she attained the Dao and, it is said, became an immortal. Sun was a teacher with several disciples, founding the Purity and Tranquility School, and wrote many poems.


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1.sb_-_Cut_brambles_long_enough
1.sb_-_Gathering_the_Mind
1.sb_-_Precious_Treatise_on_Preservation_of_Unity_on_the_Great_Way
1.sb_-_Refining_the_Spirit
1.sb_-_Spirit_and_energy_should_be_clear_as_the_night_air
1.sb_-_The_beginning_of_the_sustenance_of_life

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1.sb_-_Cut_brambles_long_enough
1.sb_-_Gathering_the_Mind
1.sb_-_Precious_Treatise_on_Preservation_of_Unity_on_the_Great_Way
1.sb_-_Refining_the_Spirit
1.sb_-_Spirit_and_energy_should_be_clear_as_the_night_air
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1:Cut brambles long enough, Sprout after sprout, And the lotus will bloom Of its own accord: Already waiting in the clearing, The single image of light. The day you see this, That day you will become it. [1469.jpg] -- from Women in Praise of the Sacred: 43 Centuries of Spiritual Poetry by Women, Edited by Jane Hirshfield

~ Sun Buer, Cut brambles long enough

2:Spirit and energy should be clear as the night air; In the soundless is the ultimate pleasure all along. Where there's reality in illusion Is illusion in reality, For the while playing with magical birth In the silver bowl. [1786.jpg] -- from Immortal Sisters: Secret Teachings of Taoist Women, Edited by Thomas Cleary

~ Sun Buer, Spirit and energy should be clear as the night air

3:The beginning of the sustenance of life Is all in yin and yang. The limitless can open up The light of the great limit. Diligently polished, the mirror of the mind Is bright as the moon; The universe in a grain May rise, or it may hide. [1786.jpg] -- from Immortal Sisters: Secret Teachings of Taoist Women, Edited by Thomas Cleary

~ Sun Buer, The beginning of the sustenance of life

4:Before our body existed, One energy was already there. Like jade, more lustrous as it's polished, Like gold, brighter as it's refined. Sweep clear the ocean of birth and death, Stay firm by the door of total mastery. A particle at the point of open awareness, The gentle firing is warm. [1786.jpg] -- from Immortal Sisters: Secret Teachings of Taoist Women, Edited by Thomas Cleary

~ Sun Buer, Gathering the Mind

5:The relic from before birth Enters one's heart one day. Be as careful as if you were holding a full vessel, Be as gentle as if you were caressing an infant. The gate of earth should be shut tight, The portals of heaven should be first opened. Wash the yellow sprouts clean, And atop the mountain is thunder shaking the earth. [1786.jpg] -- from Immortal Sisters: Secret Teachings of Taoist Women, Edited by Thomas Cleary

~ Sun Buer, Refining the Spirit

6:The Tao is uncontrived, yet there is nothing it does not do. It can be witnessed by the mind, not known by knowledge. What is "knowing"? What is "witness"? Knowledge dismisses knowledge. Witness only responds. Response comes from nowhere. Mind then penetrates. Penetrate the One, and all tasks are done. The One is the root. The task is the door. When the task returns to One, the One is ever present. The presence should not be reified; provisionally we speak of keeping it. Keep open selflessness and naturally be eternal. [1786.jpg] -- from Immortal Sisters: Secret Teachings of Taoist Women, Edited by Thomas Cleary

~ Sun Buer, Precious Treatise on Preservation of Unity on the Great Way


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Wikipedia - Capablanca random chess -- Chess variant
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Wikipedia - Ingi Randver Johannsson -- Icelandic chess player
Wikipedia - IngM-EM-+na Erneste -- Latvian chess player
Wikipedia - Ingrid Larsen (chess player) -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Ingris Rivera -- Colombian chess player
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Wikipedia - Inna Ivakhinova -- Russian chess player
Wikipedia - Inna Koren -- USA chess player
Wikipedia - In re: Don McGahn -- American lawsuit regarding checks and balances between the Executive and Legislative Branches
Wikipedia - Inscape (Copland) -- 1967 musical composition for orchestra by Aaron Copland
Wikipedia - Intercity bus service -- Public transport service using coaches to carry passengers significant distances between locations
Wikipedia - Interference (chess)
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Wikipedia - International Correspondence Chess Federation
Wikipedia - International Festival Entr'2 marches -- French Film Festival
Wikipedia - International Four Days Marches Nijmegen -- Marching event
Wikipedia - International Paderborn Computer Chess Championship
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Wikipedia - In Verrem -- Series of speeches by Cicero
Wikipedia - Ioan-Cristian Chirila -- Romanian chess player
Wikipedia - Ioannis Anagnostou -- Greek chess player
Wikipedia - Ioannis Nikolaidis -- Greek chess player
Wikipedia - Ioannis Papadopoulos -- Greek chess player
Wikipedia - Iona Campbell, Duchess of Argyll -- Scottish noblewoman
Wikipedia - Ion Balanel -- Romanian chess player
Wikipedia - Ion Gudju -- Romanian chess player
Wikipedia - Iosif Pogrebyssky -- Ukrainian chess player
Wikipedia - Iosif Rudakovsky -- Ukrainian chess player
Wikipedia - Ioulia Makka -- Greek chess player
Wikipedia - Iozefina Paulet -- Dutch chess player
Wikipedia - IPPOLIT -- Open-source chess program
Wikipedia - Ipswich Road, Colchester -- Road in Colchester, England
Wikipedia - Irchester railway station -- Former railway station in Northamptonshire, England
Wikipedia - Iren Honsch -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Iribarren number -- A dimensionless parameter used to model several effects of breaking surface gravity waves on beaches and coastal structures.
Wikipedia - Irina Bulmaga -- Moldovan-born Romanian chess player
Wikipedia - Irina Dryagina -- Squadron commissar in the "Night Witches", botanist (1921-2017)
Wikipedia - Irina Krush -- American chess player
Wikipedia - Irina Kryukova -- Russian chess player
Wikipedia - Irina Levitina -- Russian-American chess and bridge player
Wikipedia - Irina Turova (chess player) -- Russian chess player
Wikipedia - Irina Vasilevich -- Russian chess player
Wikipedia - Irisberto Herrera -- Cuban chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Irish Chess Union -- Governing body for chess on the island of Ireland
Wikipedia - Iris XVI -- Chestnut racehorse of the French army
Wikipedia - Irmgard KM-CM-$rner -- German chess player
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Wikipedia - Isaak Mazel -- Belarusian-Russian chess player
Wikipedia - Isabella McHutcheson Sinclair -- Scottish born Hawaiian botanist (1842-1900)
Wikipedia - Isabella of Castile, Duchess of York
Wikipedia - Isabella of Urgell, Duchess of Coimbra
Wikipedia - Isabelle Duchesnay -- French ice dancer
Wikipedia - Isabel Neville, Duchess of Clarence -- 15th-century English noble
Wikipedia - Isaias Pleci -- Argentine chess player
Wikipedia - Isan Reynaldo Ortiz Suarez -- Cuban chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Isidore Censer -- Belgian chess player
Wikipedia - Isidor Gunsberg -- Hungarian chess player
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Wikipedia - Israel Albert Horowitz -- American chess player
Wikipedia - Israeli Andalusian Orchestra -- Israeli traditional orchestra
Wikipedia - Israel Kniazer -- Israeli chess player
Wikipedia - Istvan Abonyi -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Istvan Bilek -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Istvan Csom -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Istvan Molnar (chess player) -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Italienisches Liederbuch (Wolf) -- Songs with piano accompaniment by Hugo Wolf
Wikipedia - Iulija Osmak -- Ukrainian chess player
Wikipedia - Ivana Maria Furtado -- Indian chess player
Wikipedia - Ivan Cheparinov -- Bulgarian chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Ivan Farago -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Ivan M-EM- aric (chess player) -- Croatian chess player (born 1990)
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Wikipedia - Iva Videnova -- Bulgarian chess player
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Wikipedia - Iweta Rajlich -- Polish chess player
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Wikipedia - Jacek Bednarski -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Jacek Gdanski -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Jacek Stopa -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Jacek Tomczak (chess player) -- Polish chess player
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Wikipedia - Jacob Aagaard -- Danish-born Scottish chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Jacob Gemzoe -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Jacob Levin (chess player) -- American chess player
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Wikipedia - Jacob Rosenthal -- American chess player
Wikipedia - Jacob Senleches
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Wikipedia - Jacques Duchesne-Guillemin
Wikipedia - Jacques Francois Mouret -- French chess player
Wikipedia - Jacques Schwarz -- Austrian chess player
Wikipedia - Jahongir Vakhidov -- Uzbekistani chess player
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Wikipedia - Jakob Rosanes -- German mathematician and chess player
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Wikipedia - Jakub Kolski -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Jalesches -- Commune in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Wikipedia - Jalo Aatos Fred -- Finnish chess player
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Wikipedia - James Acheson -- British costume designer
Wikipedia - James Allan Anderson (chess player) -- American chess player
Wikipedia - James Chesebro -- American academic
Wikipedia - James Chesnut Jr. -- American politician
Wikipedia - James Chester Bradley -- American entomologist
Wikipedia - James Creevey (chess player) -- Irish chess player
Wikipedia - James Hanham -- American chess player
Wikipedia - James Mason (chess player) -- Chess player, journalist and writer
Wikipedia - James of the Marches -- Christian saint
Wikipedia - James Sizemore -- A New York based composer and orchestrator
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Wikipedia - Jana Jackova -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Jana Krivec -- Slovenian chess player
Wikipedia - Jan AmbroM-EM-> -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Janelle Mae Frayna -- Filipina chess player
Wikipedia - Jan Gustafsson -- German chess player
Wikipedia - Janine Marchessault -- Canadian professor
Wikipedia - Jan-Krzysztof Duda -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Jan Kvicala -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Jan MarkoM-EM-! -- Slovak chess player
Wikipedia - Jan M-EM- efc -- Slovak chess player
Wikipedia - Janos Flesch -- Hungarian chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Jan PrzewoM-EM-:nik -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Jan Schulz -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Jan Smeets -- Dutch chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Jan Svenneby -- Norwegian chess player
Wikipedia - Jan Timman -- Dutch chess player
Wikipedia - Janus Chess
Wikipedia - Janus chess
Wikipedia - Janusz Szukszta -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Jan Werle -- Dutch chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Jan Willem te Kolste -- Dutch chess player
Wikipedia - Jaroslav JeM-EM->ek (chess player) -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Jason Goh Koon-Jong -- Singaporean chess player
Wikipedia - Javier Ochoa de Echaguen -- Spanish chess player
Wikipedia - Jayshree Khadilkar -- Indian chess player
Wikipedia - J. Deepan Chakkravarthy -- Indian chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Jean-Louis Raduit de Souches -- Austrian marshall
Wikipedia - Jean-Marc Degraeve -- French chess player
Wikipedia - Jeanne D'Autremont -- French chess player
Wikipedia - Jean-Philippe de Cheseaux
Wikipedia - Jean-Philippe Gentilleau -- Monegasque chess player
Wikipedia - Jean-Pierre Le Roux (chess player) -- French chess player
Wikipedia - Jeffery Xiong -- American chess player
Wikipedia - Jeff Sarwer -- Canadian chess player
Wikipedia - Jennifer Pinches -- British artistic gymnast
Wikipedia - Jennifer Richeson -- American psychologist
Wikipedia - Jennifer Yu (chess player) -- American chess player
Wikipedia - Jens Kristiansen -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Jerker -- One-act play by Robert Chesley
Wikipedia - Jerry Spann -- American chess organizer
Wikipedia - Jerzy Jagielski -- Polish chess player and journalist
Wikipedia - Jerzy Konikowski -- Polish-German chess player, problemist, and author
Wikipedia - Jerzy Kostro -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Jerzy Lewi -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Jesper Sondergaard Thybo -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Jesse February -- South African chess player
Wikipedia - Jesse Winchester -- American-Canadian singer-songwriter and producer
Wikipedia - Jesus Diez del Corral -- Spanish chess player
Wikipedia - Jesus Prayer -- A short formulaic prayer esteemed and advocated especially within the Eastern churches
Wikipedia - Jesus Rodriguez Gonzales -- Cuban chess player
Wikipedia - J.H. Manchester Round Barn -- Largest round barn east of the Mississippi River
Wikipedia - Jim Donchess -- American politician from New Hampshire
Wikipedia - JiM-EM-^Yi Fichtl -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - JiM-EM-^Yi LechtM-CM-=nskM-CM-= -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - JiM-EM-^Yi Pelikan (chess player) -- Czech-Argentine chess player
Wikipedia - Jim Stones Coaches -- Bus operator in Leigh, Greater Manchester
Wikipedia - JindM-EM-^Yich Trapl -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - J. Manchester Haynes -- American politician from Maine
Wikipedia - Janis Klovans -- Latvian chess player
Wikipedia - Janis KM-DM- -- Latvian chess master
Wikipedia - Joan, Duchess of Brittany -- Duchess regnant of Brittany during the War of the Breton Succession
Wikipedia - Joanna Barczynska -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Joanna Dworakowska -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Joanna Majdan-Gajewska -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Joanna of ChM-CM-"tillon -- 14th-century French noblewoman and Duchess of Athens
Wikipedia - Joan of France, Duchess of Berry
Wikipedia - Joao de Souza Mendes -- Brazilian chess player
Wikipedia - Joaquim Durao -- Portuguese chess player
Wikipedia - Joaquin Carlos Diaz -- Cuban chess player
Wikipedia - Joara Chaves -- Brasilian chess player
Wikipedia - Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics -- astrophysics centre at the University of Manchester, England
Wikipedia - Jodrell Bank Observatory -- Radio astronomical observatory at the University of Manchester, England
Wikipedia - Joe Aitcheson Jr. -- American jockey
Wikipedia - Joel Benjamin -- American chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Joey Chestnut -- American competitive eater and reality show contestant
Wikipedia - Joey Newman -- American composer, orchestrator, arranger, and conductor
Wikipedia - Johan Barendregt -- Dutch chess player
Wikipedia - Johanna Paasikangas-Tella -- Finnish chess player
Wikipedia - Johanne Charest -- Canadian chess player
Wikipedia - Johannes Addicks -- Dutch chess player
Wikipedia - Johannes Giersing -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Johannes Mabusela -- South African chess player
Wikipedia - Johannes Petersen -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Johannes Terho -- Finnish chess player
Wikipedia - Johannes Turn -- Estonian chess player
Wikipedia - Johannes Zukertort -- Chess master
Wikipedia - Johann Hermann Bauer -- Czech-Austrian chess master
Wikipedia - Johann Hjartarson -- Icelandic chess player
Wikipedia - Johann Lowenthal -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - John Arundel (Bishop of Chichester)
Wikipedia - John Arundel (bishop of Chichester) -- 15th-century Bishop of Chichester
Wikipedia - Johnatan Bakalchuk -- Israeli chess player
Wikipedia - John Bartholomew (chess player) -- American chess player
Wikipedia - John Bingley (Chester MP) -- English politician and official, working in Ireland
Wikipedia - John Bird Sumner -- Archbishop of Canterbury; Bishop of Chester; British Anglican bishop
Wikipedia - John B. MacChesney
Wikipedia - John Bosom (MP for Rochester) -- 15th-century English politician
Wikipedia - John Bridgeman (judge) -- English barrister and Chief Justice of Chester
Wikipedia - John Cavendish, 5th Baron Chesham -- British politician
Wikipedia - John Cheshire -- British Royal Air Force commander
Wikipedia - John Chesser -- Upper Canada politician
Wikipedia - John Chester Backus
Wikipedia - John Chester (university president) -- American academic administrator and minister
Wikipedia - John Climping -- 13th-century Bishop of Chichester
Wikipedia - John Cox (chess player) -- British chess player
Wikipedia - John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Chase -- Steeplechase horse race in Ireland
Wikipedia - John Emms (chess player) -- English chess player
Wikipedia - John Fisher -- 16th-century Bishop of Rochester
Wikipedia - John Francis O'Donovan -- Irish chess player
Wikipedia - John Grantley Cooper -- Welsh chess player
Wikipedia - John Grefe -- American chess player
Wikipedia - John Hayward (MP for Dorchester) -- 16th-century English politician
Wikipedia - John Hind (bishop of Chichester)
Wikipedia - John I (bishop of Rochester)
Wikipedia - John II (bishop of Rochester)
Wikipedia - John K. Shaw -- Scottish chess player
Wikipedia - John Lanchester
Wikipedia - John Langton -- 14th-century Bishop of Chichester and Chancellor of England
Wikipedia - John Lucas (MP for Colchester) -- 16th-century English politician
Wikipedia - John Manchester Allen -- New Zealand politician
Wikipedia - John M. Burke -- American chess player
Wikipedia - John McLaughlin (musician) -- Guitarist, founder of the Mahavishnu Orchestra
Wikipedia - John Montgomerie (chess player) -- Scottish chess player
Wikipedia - John Nunn -- English chess player
Wikipedia - Johnny Chester -- Australian singer-songwriter
Wikipedia - Johnny Hodges with Billy Strayhorn and the Orchestra -- 1962 album by Johnny Hodges
Wikipedia - John of Greenford -- 12th-century Bishop of Chichester
Wikipedia - John Pelham, 8th Earl of Chichester -- English earl
Wikipedia - John Rickingale -- 15th-century Bishop of Chichester
Wikipedia - John Rylands Library -- Research library building on Deansgate in Manchester, England
Wikipedia - John Taylor (bishop of Winchester)
Wikipedia - John Thomas (bishop of Rochester)
Wikipedia - John Thomas (bishop of Winchester)
Wikipedia - John Trevelyan (chess player) -- Welsh chess player
Wikipedia - John Tyler Community College -- Public community college in Chester, Virginia, United States
Wikipedia - John van der Wiel -- Dutch chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - John Williams (bishop of Chichester)
Wikipedia - John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester
Wikipedia - John Wilson Orchestra -- British symphony orchestra
Wikipedia - John Wisker -- English chess player
Wikipedia - John Young (bishop of Rochester)
Wikipedia - Joining of the Archdiocese of Russian Orthodox churches in Western Europe to the Moscow Patriarchate -- Process of the Archdiocese of Russian Orthodox churches in Western Europe (AROCWE), formerly part of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, entering the jurisdiction of the Moscow Patriarchate.
Wikipedia - Joke chess problem -- chess puzzle that uses humor
Wikipedia - Jolanta Zawadzka -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - JoM-CM-+l Lautier -- French chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Jonas Buhl Bjerre -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Jonathan Berry -- Canadian chess player
Wikipedia - Jonathan C. Friedman -- History professor and director of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at West Chester University
Wikipedia - Jonathan Rowson -- Chess player
Wikipedia - Jon GuM-CM-0mundsson -- Icelandic chess player
Wikipedia - Jon Loftur M-CM-^Arnason -- Icelandic chess player
Wikipedia - Jonny Hector -- Swedish chess player
Wikipedia - Jorge Cori -- Peruvian chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Jorge Gomez Baillo -- Argentine chess player
Wikipedia - Jorgen Moller -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Jorge Szmetan -- Argentine chess player
Wikipedia - Jorma Vesterinen -- Finnish chess player
Wikipedia - Jorn Sloth -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Jose Aguilera Bernabe -- Spanish chess player
Wikipedia - Jose Daniel Gemy -- Bolivian chess player
Wikipedia - Josef Augustin -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Josef DobiaM-EM-! -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Jose Felix Villarreal -- Mexican chess player
Wikipedia - Jose Fernandez Migoya -- Cuban chess player
Wikipedia - Josef Kupper -- Swiss chess player
Wikipedia - Josef Lokvenc -- Austrian chess player
Wikipedia - Josef Noa -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Josef PM-EM-^Yibyl (chess player) -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Jose Gerschman -- Argentine chess player
Wikipedia - Jose Joaquin Araiza -- Mexican chess player
Wikipedia - Jose Luis Asturias -- Guatemalan chess player
Wikipedia - Jose Maria Cristia -- Argentine chess player
Wikipedia - Joseph Damer, 1st Earl of Dorchester -- British politician, later peer
Wikipedia - Josep Oms Pallise -- Spanish chess player
Wikipedia - Jose Raul Capablanca -- Cuban chess player, former World chess champion
Wikipedia - Jose Sanz Aguado -- Spanish chess player
Wikipedia - Jose Thiago Mangini -- Brazilian chess player
Wikipedia - Jose Vilardebo Picurena -- Spanish chess player
Wikipedia - Jos Gobert -- Belgian chess player
Wikipedia - Joshua Friedel -- American chess player
Wikipedia - Jovana Rapport -- Serbian chess player
Wikipedia - Jovanka Houska -- English chess player
Wikipedia - Jovette Marchessault -- Canadian writer and artist
Wikipedia - Joywave -- American indie rock band from Rochester, New York
Wikipedia - Jozef Dominik -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Jozef M-EM-;abinski -- Polish chess player and problemist
Wikipedia - Jozsa Langos -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Jozsef Horvath (chess player) -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Jozsef Pinter -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Jozsef Pogats -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - JPT Bus Company -- Former British bus company based at Middleton, Greater Manchester
Wikipedia - Juan Carlos Hase -- Argentine chess player
Wikipedia - Juan Gonzalez de Vega -- Cuban chess player
Wikipedia - Juan Manuel Bellon Lopez -- Spanish chess player
Wikipedia - Juan Manuel Rivarola -- Argentine chess player
Wikipedia - Juan Silvano Diaz Perez -- Paraguayan chess player
Wikipedia - Juan Vinuesa -- Argentine chess player
Wikipedia - Judith Fuchs -- German chess player
Wikipedia - Judit Polgar -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Julen Luis Arizmendi Martinez -- Spanish chess player
Wikipedia - Jules Arnous de Riviere -- French chess player
Wikipedia - Jules Ehrat -- Swiss chess player
Wikipedia - Jules Moussard -- French chess player
Wikipedia - Julia Demina -- Russian chess player
Wikipedia - Julia Lebel-Arias -- Argentinian chess player
Wikipedia - Juliana Sayumi Terao -- Brazilian chess player
Wikipedia - Juliane Hund -- German chess player
Wikipedia - Julian Hunt, Baron Hunt of Chesterton
Wikipedia - Julianna Terbe -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Julia Sand -- Correspondent with U.S. President Chester A. Arthur
Wikipedia - Julia Tverskaya -- American chess player
Wikipedia - Julio Alfredo Chiappero -- Argentine chess player
Wikipedia - Julio Becerra Rivero -- Cuban-born American chess Grandmaster
Wikipedia - Julio Bolbochan -- Argentine chess player
Wikipedia - Julio Kaplan -- Argentine-born Puerto Rican chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Julio Salas Romo -- Chilean chess player
Wikipedia - Julio Sumar Casis -- Peruvian chess player
Wikipedia - Julius Brach -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Julius Dimer -- German chess player
Wikipedia - Julius Kozma -- Slovak chess player
Wikipedia - Julius Nielsen -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Julius Rudel -- American opera and orchestra conductor
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Wikipedia - Junction Mills, Ashton-under-Lyne -- Cotton Mill in Greater Manchester, England
Wikipedia - Junge Deutsche Philharmonie -- National youth orchestra of Germany
Wikipedia - Junior (chess)
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Wikipedia - Jussara Chaves -- Brazilian chess player
Wikipedia - Jutta Hempel -- German chess player
Wikipedia - Ju Wenjun -- Chinese chess player
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Wikipedia - Kagan Aydincelebi -- Turkish chess player
Wikipedia - Kaido Kulaots -- Estonian chess player
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Wikipedia - Kaj Blom -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Kalju Pitksaar -- Estonian chess player
Wikipedia - Kalle Kiik -- Estonian chess player
Wikipedia - Kamaliya Bulatova -- Russian chess player
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Wikipedia - Kammerorchester Berlin -- Berliner orchestra
Wikipedia - Kaohsiung City Symphony Orchestra -- Taiwanese symphony orchestra
Wikipedia - Karawane -- Orchestral composition
Wikipedia - Karel Hromadka -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Karel Mark Chichon -- British-Gibraltarian orchestra conductor
Wikipedia - Karel Traxler -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Karel Treybal -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Karel VanM-DM-^[k -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Karen Grigorian -- Armenian chess player
Wikipedia - Karen H. Grigoryan -- Armenian chess player
Wikipedia - Karen Lund -- Archdeacon of Manchester
Wikipedia - Karen Movsziszian -- Armenian chess player
Wikipedia - Karen Zapata -- Peruvian chess player
Wikipedia - Karina Ambartsumova -- Russian chess player
Wikipedia - Karina Cyfka -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Karl Alwin -- German orchestra conductor
Wikipedia - Karl Berndtsson -- Swedish chess player
Wikipedia - Karl Helling -- German chess player
Wikipedia - Karl HollM-CM-$nder -- German chess player
Wikipedia - Karl Janetschek -- Austrian chess player
Wikipedia - Karl Mah -- English chess player
Wikipedia - Karl McPhillips -- Irish chess player
Wikipedia - Karl Palda -- Austrian chess player
Wikipedia - Karl Pedersen (chess player) -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Karl Ruben -- Danish chess player
Wikipedia - Karl Schorn -- German painter and chess player
Wikipedia - Karl Thorsteins -- Icelandic chess player
Wikipedia - Karl Van Schoor -- Belgian chess player
Wikipedia - Karol Piltz -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Karoly Honfi -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Karolyne Honfi -- Hungarian chess player
Wikipedia - Karthikeyan Murali -- Indian chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Kasparov versus the World -- Game of chess played in 1999 over the Internet over 4 months, with Garry Kasparov (White) against the rest of the world (Black) in consultation, with the World Team moves decided by plurality vote; Kasparov won after 62 moves
Wikipedia - Katarina Beskow -- Swedish chess player
Wikipedia - Katarzyna Adamowicz -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Katarzyna Toma -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Kate Gleason College of Engineering -- Engineering college at Rochester Institute of Technology
Wikipedia - KateM-EM-^Yina Cedikova -- Czech chess player
Wikipedia - Katerina Rohonyan -- Ukrainian-American chess player
Wikipedia - Kateryna Dolzhikova -- Ukrainian chess player
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Wikipedia - Keti Tsatsalashvili -- Georgian chess player
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Wikipedia - Khanim Balajayeva -- Azerbaijani chess player
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Wikipedia - Khvicha Supatashvili -- Georgian chess player
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Wikipedia - Kim Commons -- American chess player
Wikipedia - Kim Steven Yap -- Filipino chess player (b. 1988)
Wikipedia - King and pawn versus king endgame -- Chess endgame
Wikipedia - King (chess) -- Chess piece
Wikipedia - King David High School, Manchester -- Academy in Manchester, England
Wikipedia - King's School, Chester
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Wikipedia - Kiprian Berbatov -- Bulgarian chess player
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Wikipedia - Kirchenkampf -- German term; situation of the Christian churches in Germany during the Nazi period
Wikipedia - Kiril Georgiev -- Chess player
Wikipedia - Kirill Shubin -- Russian chess player
Wikipedia - Kirin (chess) -- Fairy chess piece
Wikipedia - Kivanc HaznedaroM-DM-^_lu -- Turkish chess player
Wikipedia - K. Jennitha Anto -- Indian chess player
Wikipedia - Klaudia Kulon -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Klaus Bischoff -- German chess player
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Wikipedia - Klaus Uwe Muller -- German chess player
Wikipedia - Klaviermusik mit Orchester -- 1923 composition by Paul Hindemith
Wikipedia - KMCH -- Radio station in Manchester, Iowa
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Wikipedia - Karlis Klasups -- Latvian chess player
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Wikipedia - Konrad Salbu -- Norwegian chess player
Wikipedia - Konstantin Chernyshov -- Russian chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Konstantin Nikologorskiy -- Russian chess player
Wikipedia - Konzerthausorchester Berlin -- symphony orchestra based in Berlin, Germany
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Wikipedia - Kriegspiel (chess) -- Chess variant
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Wikipedia - Kri-Kri, the Duchess of Tarabac -- 1920 film
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Wikipedia - Krum Georgiev -- Bulgarian chess player
Wikipedia - Krunoslav Hulak -- Croatian chess player
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Wikipedia - Krystyna Holuj-Radzikowska -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Krzysztof Bulski -- Polish chess grandmaster
Wikipedia - Krzysztof Gratka -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - Krzysztof Pytel -- Polish chess player
Wikipedia - KTTC -- NBC/CW affiliate in Rochester, Minnesota
Wikipedia - Kuchesar Fort -- Fort in Uttar Pradesh, India
Wikipedia - Kung-fu chess
Wikipedia - Kung-Fu Chess -- Real-time chess variant developed by Shizmoo Games
Wikipedia - Kunsthistorisches Museum -- Artmuseum in Vienna, Austria
Wikipedia - Kurt Dreyer -- German-South African chess player
Wikipedia - Kurt Kaliwoda -- Austrian chess player
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Wikipedia - Larry Bevand -- Canadian chess arbiter and organiser
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Wikipedia - Latvian National Symphony Orchestra -- Latvian symphony orchestra
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Wikipedia - Lilit Mkrtchian -- Armenian chess player
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Wikipedia - Linda Jap Tjoen San -- Dutch chess player
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Wikipedia - List of accolades received by Manchester by the Sea (film) -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of AFL Women's premiership captains and coaches -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of Anglo-Catholic churches in England -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of arches and bridges in Central Park -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of Canadians by net worth -- List of richest Canadians
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Wikipedia - List of C.D. AtlM-CM-)tico Marte coaches -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of chess books (A-F) -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of chess games between Anand and Kramnik -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of chess games -- Chronological list of notable chess games
Wikipedia - List of chess grandmasters -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of chess openings named after people -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of chess prodigies
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Wikipedia - List of chess terms
Wikipedia - List of chess topics
Wikipedia - List of chess traps -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of chess world championship matches
Wikipedia - List of Chesterfield F.C. players -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of Christopher Wren churches in London -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of churches consecrated to Santa Maria Assunta -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of churches destroyed in the Great Fire of London and not rebuilt -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of churches established by Stephen the Great
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Wikipedia - List of churches in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York
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Wikipedia - List of churches in Wrexham -- wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of Church in Wales churches -- wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of closed railway stations in Greater Manchester -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of Colchester United F.C. managers -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of colonial churches in Mexico City -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of compositions for keyboard and orchestra -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of conservative evangelical Anglican churches in England
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Wikipedia - List of countries by share of income of the richest one percent -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks coaches -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of current AFL Women's coaches -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of dances and marches by Karl Michael Ziehrer -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of data breaches
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Wikipedia - List of demolished churches in the City of London -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of Dhammakaya branches -- List of branch centers of the Thai Buddhist Dhammakaya Movement
Wikipedia - List of DIN standards -- Standards published by the Deutsches Institut fur Normung
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Wikipedia - List of Grand Duchesses of Russia
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Wikipedia - List of Greenville Triumph SC head coaches -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of GSLV launches -- Launches made by Indian Space Research Organisation
Wikipedia - List of Hamilton Tiger-Cats head coaches -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of Hennepin County Library branches -- List of libraries in Hennepin County in Minnesota, US
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Wikipedia - List of Honoured Masters of Sport of the USSR in chess -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of Kenyans by net worth -- list of richest people in Kenya by net worth according to forbes magazine
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