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Definition of Flear

Flear
Flear Flear, v. t. & i. See Fleer.
Flear
Flear Flear, n. 1. A word or look of derision or mockery. And mark the fleers, the gibes, and notable scorn. --Shak. 2. A grin of civility; a leer. [Obs.] A sly, treacherous fleer on the face of deceivers. --South.

Meaning of Flear from wikipedia

- Flear is an English surname. Notable people with the surname include: Christine Flear (born 1967), French chess player Glenn Flear (born 1959), British...
- the opposition" (Flear 2004:12). It is a special type of zugzwang and most often occurs in endgames with only kings and pawns (Flear 2000:36). The side...
- However, Glenn Flear found no game of Capablanca's that supported his statement; statistics do not support the statement, either (Flear 2007:135). In an...
-  516–17 Averbakh 1984, pp. 113–14 Flear 2007, pp. 286–87 Soltis 2003b, p. 246 Flear 2007, p. 241 Tseshkovsky vs. Flear, 1988 Stiller 1996, p. 175 Müller...
- Glenn Curtis Flear (born 12 February 1959 in Leicester, England) is a British chess grandmaster now living in Montpellier, France. He is the author of...
- Flear (21 January 1818 – 16 April 1852) was an English cricketer. Flear's batting style is unknown. He was born at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. Flear...
- Christine Flear (née Leroy; b. 22 April 1967) is a French chess player. She has won the women's section of the French Chess Championship five times (in...
- often yields long-term compensation for sacrificed material. Berthelot vs. Flear, 1988 An unbalanced position has arisen straight out of the opening, in...
- Triangulation can occur in other endgames and even in some middlegames (Flear 2004:15). Triangulation Consider this position, with White to move. Here...
- gives the stronger side more winning chances. Glenn Flear calls these "NQE"s ("Not Quite Endgames") (Flear 2007:7–8). The initiative is very important in these...