end game

NOUN
  1. the final stages of a chess game after most of the pieces have been removed from the board
  2. the final stages of an extended process of negotiation
    the diplomatic endgame
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  • The end game of your little libertarian phantasy is a few have the resources for 100 combat troops when they want to go buy some bok choy, and the rest of us are dodging bombs, thieves and bullets. rmm. State Sen. Ed Murray: “Sales Tax Very Much in Play.” « PubliCola
  • Those who regularly attend games here talk of their alienation from the upper echelons, the money and the bling. Times, Sunday Times
  • Those who regularly attend games here talk of their alienation from the upper echelons, the money and the bling. Times, Sunday Times
  • And although the rugby was not classic it was rugged and determined in an entertaining end to end game.
  • Phillips: It goes without saying the end game for the Tea Party movement is a conservative House and a conservative Senate, or as I had a chance to tell some people earlier today, next year at this time we need to see the title former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and former Senator Harry Reid. Crooks and Liars
  • With the ticketing fiascoes surrounding the World Cup in South Asia, the game's administrators risk alienating people who attend games. Pardon the Commercial Contortion
  • ..but I suppose if one wanted to start somewhere groups wouldn't be bad - its just "socialness" (whatever that is) is more likely than not to be an unintended consequence of group play and I wouldn't say non-grouped play is any less social than grouped play in WoW (high end game excluded :-) The Golden 1M: World of Warcraft
  • The first weekend game there produced the largest attendance at a Saturday game in the club's history.
  • Consider the end game: For those who want to foster change, going out in fury can have the opposite effect.
  • There are so many jarring races within this end game. Times, Sunday Times
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