Some articles on tied:
... chess, he showed that he could perform consistently at a high level he tied for second place at the 2001 British Chess Championship, tied for second at the strong Hastings Premier of 2002/3, took ... Also in 2008, he tied for first place at the British Championship with GM Stuart Conquest, but lost the overall title after a two-game speed chess play-off ...
... He won or tied for 1st in several tournaments in Berlin (1902, 1905, 1906, 1909/10, 1914) ... In strong tournaments, he tied for 11-12th at Berlin 1903 (Horatio Caro won). 6th in Berlin (Richard Teichmann won), tied for 12-14th in Ostend (B tourn Ossip Bernstein and Akiba Rubinstein won), and took 20th in Carlsbad (Rubinstein ...
... In 1904, he tied for 11-12th in Coburg (14th DSB Congress Bardeleben, Carl Schlechter and Rudolf Swiderski won) ... In 1905, he tied for 7-10th in Barmen (Dawid Janowski and Géza Maróczy won) ... In 1907, he tied for 10-11th in Ostend (B tourn Bernstein and Akiba Rubinstein won) ...
... Kholmov made his international debut at Bucharest 1954 with a tied 3rd–4th place, on 11/17, as Viktor Korchnoi won ... He tied for 3rd-6th places at Leningrad 1955–56 with 10.5/18, as Vladimir Antoshin won ... Kholmov tied for 1st–2nd places at Dresden 1956 with Averbakh on 12/15 ...
... In 1936, he tied for 6-7th in Vienna (19th Trebitsch-Turnier Henryk Friedman won) ... In 1938, he tied for 6-7th in Bad Harzburg (Vasja Pirc won) ... In June 1939, he tied for 2nd-4th in Bad Elster (Erich Eliskases won) ...
More definitions of "tied":
- (adj): Closed with a lace.
- (adj): Bound together by or as if by a strong rope; especially as by a bond of affection.
Example: "People tied by blood or marriage"
- (adj): Bound or secured closely.
Example: "The guard was found trussed up with his arms and legs securely tied"
Famous quotes containing the word tied:
“I tied down time with a rope
but it came back.
I put my head in a death bowl
and my eyes shut up like clams.
They didnt come back.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Love and work are viewed and experienced as totally separate activities motivated by separate needs. Yet, when we think about it, our common sense tells us that our most inspired, creative acts are deeply tied to our need to love and that, when we lack love, we find it difficult to work creatively; that work without love is dead, mechanical, sheer competence without vitality, that love without work grows boring, monotonous, lacks depth and passion.”
—Marta Zahaykevich, Ucranian born-U.S. psychitrist. Critical Perspectives on Adult Womens Development, (1980)
“If I have renounced the search of truth, if I have come into the port of some pretending dogmatism, some new church, some Schelling or Cousin, I have died to all use of these new events that are born out of prolific time into multitude of life every hour. I am as bankrupt to whom brilliant opportunities offer in vain. He has just foreclosed his freedom, tied his hands, locked himself up and given the key to another to keep.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)