Openings

Some articles on openings, opening:

Little Fork Church - General Architecture - Windows and Doorways
... while the two windows on the west wall are small rectangular openings with flat arches, characteristic of openings for galleries in other churches ... The original door openings were approximately 6' 7" wide, and the southern entrance was probably the main one ...
Stamford Railway Station - History - Openings
... The London and North Western Railway opened their single track branch line from Rugby via Market Harborough on 2 June 1851 ... This actually joined the Midland line at Luffenham, but trains generally worked through to Stamford and terminated in the LNWR bay, platform 3, the far side of the current Leicester platform, which is now disused and filled in ...
Articular Capsule Of The Humerus - Openings
... There are usually three openings in the capsule ... The second, which is not constant, is at the posterior part, where an opening sometimes exists between the joint and a bursal sac under the tendon of the Infraspinatus ...
List Of Chess Openings Named After People - See Also
... Chess opening List of chess openings List of chess openings named after animals List of chess openings named after places ...
Scacchi - Phases - Opening
... A chess opening is the group of initial moves of a game (the "opening moves") ... Recognized sequences of opening moves are referred to as openings and have been given names such as the Ruy Lopez or Sicilian Defence ... works such as the Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings ...

Famous quotes containing the word openings:

    There are a thousand unnoticed openings ... which let a penetrating eye at once into a man’s soul; and I maintain ... that a man of sense does not lay down his hat in coming into a room,—or take it up in going out of it, but something escapes, which discovers him.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)