endgame


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the final stages of an extended process of negotiation

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the final stages of a chess game after most of the pieces have been removed from the board

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We can, as Amory Lovins and his colleagues show vividly, win the oil endgame.
Organizations must assume they're compromised, while defending their systems against increasingly agile malicious actors," said Endgame CEO Nate Fick.
So, to find the solution over the board was an act worthy of an ovation - although the handful of players still immersed in their own endgames were probably not appreciative of that fact.
The other encounters among the leaders were draws between Kuzubov and Oleksienko in a 72-move Rook and Pawn endgame and between Nigalidze and Zhigalko in 73 moves of an English Opening.
Both Jon and Jim have a depth of expertise in enterprise security that will be instrumental to Endgame's growth," said Endgame CEO Nate Fick.
Also signed to appear in the city next season is TV actor and presenter Matthew Kelly, who will appear with his son, Matthew Rixon, in Samuel Beckett's classic Endgame.
His last three words there suggest to Selig Harrison, author of Korean Endgame (Princeton, 2001), that the United States may have the intention of attacking North Korea's nuclear facilities, however.
The spacecraft will perform a series of near field infra-red engagements primarily collecting plume, hardbody and background data to develop homing algorithms for boost phase endgame and models supporting the development of a boost and ascent phase capability.
Unless, by chance, the predicted nuclear/smallpox endgame comes to pass, in which case we'll all be mutants anyway and we'll have more important things to do.
In his book Endgame, Scott Ritter--the chief inspector of UNSCOM who resigned in August 1998--portrays his former boss as a Clinton administration puppet, declaring that "Butler appeared to have forgotten that he was a servant of the Security Council, not the United States.
Finance professionals in service and manufacturing must continue their quest for lower costs, and rethink whether their endgame best serves the larger interests of the business.
Gingrich felt he had utterly misread the entire budget endgame.
In early sequences, the dancers wear the white, heavily powdered smocks and caps associated with Hamm and Clov of Beckett's Endgame.
Howe will work closely with Endgame CEO, Nate Fick, to define market and product strategy, including expanding Endgame's footprint into the commercial sector.