Chess piece that can’t move diagonally

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 24 Jul 2018, Tuesday

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The rook (Corvus frugilegus) is a member of the family Corvidae in the passerine order of birds. It was given its binomial name by Carl Linnaeus in 1758,[2] The binomial is from Latin; Corvus is for “raven”, and frugilegus is Latin for “fruit-gathering”, from frux, frugis, “fruit”, and legere, “to pick”.[3] The English name is ultimately derived from the bird’s harsh call.[4]


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This species, at 45–47 cm in length, is similar in size to or slightly smaller than the carrion crow, with black feathers often showing a blue or bluish-purple sheen in bright sunlight. The feathers on the head, neck and shoulders are particularly dense and silky. The legs and feet are generally black and the bill grey-black.

Rooks are distinguished from similar members of the crow family by the bare grey-white skin around the base of the adult’s bill in front of the eyes. The feathering around the legs also looks shaggier and laxer than the congeneric carrion crow. The juvenile is superficially more similar to the crow because it lacks the bare patch at the base of the bill, but it has a thinner bill and loses the facial feathers after about six months. Collective nouns for rooks include building, parliament, clamour and storytelling.[5][6] Their colonial nesting behaviour gave rise to the term rookery.

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