Definitions for "Checkmate"
Keywords:  chess, king, mate, opponent, escape
The position in the game of chess when a king is in check and cannot be released, -- which ends the game.
To check (an adversary's king) in such a manner that escape in impossible; to defeat (an adversary) by putting his king in check from which there is no escape.
See Mate.
A complete check; utter defeat or overthrow.
To defeat completely; to terminate; to thwart.
complete victory
a trade that I am doing in combination with The Hedging Strategy which can really help to keep your interest free broker happy
Checkmate (1930) is one of the many popular novels written by Englishman Sydney Horler in the first half of the 20th century. Forgotten today, the book describes the exciting lifestyle of the wealthy social elite. Checkmate adds an element of crime and adventure to that atmosphere, but the countless coincidences throughout the plot guarantee a thoroughly predictable happy ending, complete with a double wedding.
Keywords:  ambler, mcclure, omac, clure, cabot
Checkmate was an intelligently written 1960 television series about a private detective agency set in San Francisco that featured Anthony George, Sebastian Cabot and Doug Mc Clure. Created by Eric Ambler, the program involved the cases of the Checkmate Detective Agency. George and McClure ran the agency, which specialized in preventing crimes before they happened.
Checkmate is a covert operations agency within the DC Comics universe. It first appeared in Action Comics #598 and proceeded to have its own ongoing title in Checkmate! (vol. 1). In the wake of events depicted in the mini-series The OMAC Project and Infinite Crisis, Checkmate has been re-chartered as a United Nations Security Council-affiliated agency and has gotten its own new series, Checkmate (vol. 2).
Checkmate (Failure and checkmate) is music for ballet written by the British composer Arthur Bliss (1891-1975) in 1936-1937 on a choreography of Ninette de Valois.
The act of sealing a demon. Jeanne and Sinbad use pins to accomplish this (though it changes a bit later on).
Keywords:  testcases, app, fake, smtp, excel
Checkmate is a tool for running automated web-app integration tests. Testcases are defined in Excel sheets, using application-specific commands. Checkmate also supports easy database access from test, and a fake SMTP server for testing email messages.
a self-inflicted torture by novices who don't know the word "resigns."
Keywords:  campaign, air, planning, group
Air campaign planning group