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the use of dubious (although not technically illegal) methods to win a game

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The incredible Buck 110 folding hunter, which was introduced in the late 1960s, changed the way we look at folding knives for hunting, but gamesmen still like a good fixed-blade.
These things in turn are more likely to occur if there is an expectation of future interaction among the actors involved, if participants have a good sense for the other field actors they must mobilize and bargain among, and if presidential emissaries are adroit gamesmen (Stoker 1992).
The gamesmen might just as reasonably ask him, ``Don't you feel a little guilty getting paid so well just to take a vacation?
Not until 1898, when gamesmen planted the first flags in a rudimentary nine-hole course, did the sport of golf become synonymous with Pinehurst.