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By Tim Pratt

Darrin's existence has been going downhill ever considering the fact that his female friend Bridget walked out on him and not using a notice of clarification six months in the past. quickly after wasting her, he misplaced his task, and his vehicle, and finally his enthusiasm for all times. He can't think issues getting worse-- till he sees Bridget back, for the 1st time on the grounds that she walked out, simply moments ahead of she leaps to her demise from a bridge. In his quest to determine why Bridget took her personal lifestyles, he encounters a depressive (and almost certainly immortal) cult chief; a guy with a motor vehicle that may force out of this international and into others; a gorgeous psychotic with a chrome shotgun; and a bridge that, possibly, results in heaven. Darrin's trip leads him right into a position known as the Briarpatch, that's both the crawlspace of the universe, or a chain of formidable development tasks deserted via God, or a tangle of other universes, looking on who you ask. someplace in that disorderly snarl of worlds, he hopes to discover Bridget back. Or at the very least a cause to dwell with no her.

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MARCINIAK, Z. 5 3 SOURCE: Szachy 1956, p. 137 KIEV (USSR), 1956 — 25th Ukraine ch 1 2 3 4 5 6–9 6–9 6–9 6–9 etc. LIPNITSKY, Isaak Oskarovich BANNIK, Anatoly Alexandrovich MAKAROV, Arkady Alexandrovich ROMANOVSKY, Rem Konstantinovich ZAMIKHOVSKY, Abram Davidovich GUFELD, Eduard Efimovich KOSTIUCHENKO, Alexander Ivanovich SHIANOVSKY, Vladislav Ivanovich MATSKEVICH, Alexander Grigorievich pts. 5 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 SOURCE: Teskoslovenskï ¶ach 1956, p. 118 KOLAROVGRAD (BUL), 27 X–18 XI 1956 —1 ⁄2 final BUL ch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 FILCHEV, Rusko KADREV, Zdravko GERENSKY, Hristo VALCHANOV, Mikhail KAIKAMZOZOV, Zhivko PRAKHOV, Valentin Asenov ANGELOV, Ivan DIMITROV, Krstiu Krstev POPOV, Vladilen Todorov HRISTOV, Al.

KHODZHAMURADOV, H. 5 SOURCE: Teskoslovenskï ¶ach 1957, p. 5 SOURCE: L’Italia Scacchistica 1956 GAVLE (SWE), 17–23 IV 1956 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 PADEVSKY, Nikola Bochev MARIC, Rudolf ASMUNDSSON, Ingvar STERNER, Bjorn-Olof HILDEBRAND, Alexander MALMGREN, Harald TALLBERG LUNDH, Gunnar SOURCE: Teskoslovenskï ¶ach 1956, p. 5 5 Chess Results 30 GIJON (ESP), 23–31 VII 1956 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LARSEN, Bent DARGA, Klaus Viktor DONNER, Johannes Hendrikus O’KELLY DE GALWAY, Alberic DIEZ DEL CORRAL, Jesus PEREZ PEREZ, Francisco Jose TORAN ALBERO, Roman LLADO LUMBERA, Jaime DEYCK RICO GONZALEZ, Antonio T g m m m SOURCE: Schach 1956, p.

GIUSTOLISI, Alberto ILFORD (ENG), 18–21 V 1956 — 7th Whitsun Congress 1 2 3 4 5 6 KOTTNAUER, Cenek PHILLIPS, Alan CLARKE, Peter Hugh WADE, Robert Graham FRANKLIN, Michael John FAZEKAS, Stefan T m m m 1 • = 0 0 0 0 2 = • 1 = = 0 3 1 0 • = = = SOURCE: Chess Base JAKARTA, 1956 1. AVERBAKH, Yury Lvovich KISHINEV (USSR), 1956 —13th Moldova ch 1. 5 Chess Results 34 1956 INNSBRUCK (AUT), 31 V–15 VII 1956 — Tirol ch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 LADSTAETTER DAVID EGGER RAFFAY, Herbert REICHEL LINDMOSER HASLINGER 1 • 0 = = 0 0 0 2 1 • 0 = 0 0 0 3 = 1 • 0 0 0 0 4 = = 1 • 1 0 0 SOURCE: Österreichische Schachzeitung 1956, p.

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