Difference between pawn and poison
- (chess) the least powerful piece; moves only forward and captures only to the side; it can be promoted to a more powerful piece if it reaches the 8th rank
- a person used by another to gain an end
- borrowing and leaving an article as security for repayment of the loan
- an article deposited as security
- leave as a guarantee in return for money
There are a great many Rook and pawn endgames, reflecting their common occurrence in tournament practice.
Along with the grunion, these are the only marine fish known to fully emerge from water solely for the purpose of spawning.
The band's album spawned a string of hit singles.
- kill by its poison
- administer poison to
- kill with poison
- spoil as if by poison
- add poison to
- anything that harms or destroys
- any substance that causes injury or illness or death of a living organism
The difference in the power of the system to absorb different substances, appropriate whatever can be utilized, and throw off whatever can not be used, is sometimes called idiosyncrasy, but more properly it may be called vital resistance, and upon the integrity of this power rests the ability to combat disease in all its forms, whether it be the absorption of any animal virus or the poison resulting from undigested food.
Most intriguingly, among the described symptoms of fugu poisoning is progressive limb paralysis while maintaining consciousness.
Cayenne pepper, which easily loses its red colour, was tinted with cinnabar, an extremely poisonous mercury compound.