from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Games The final stage of a chess game after most of the pieces have been removed from the board.
- n. The final stage of an extended process or course of events: the diplomatic endgame that led to the treaty.
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- n. The final stage of an extended process or course of events.
- n. The part of a chess game in which there are few pieces left.
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- n. the final stages of a chess game after most of the pieces have been removed from the board
- n. the final stages of an extended process of negotiation
Yet, I resist it, since the endgame is a balkanized society.
Guardian leads with what it calls the endgame of the war in Libya - and the fate of the key city of Sirte.
The defense chief also said the next president would receive the blame if the "endgame" is not handled correctly.
Qxg6+ the rook endgame is hopeless; or 37. b4 axb4 38.
The endgame is here, and the Government are going to win.
Will investors trust them, or will they start to worry that the endgame is either inflation or default, two tried-and-true ways other countries have escaped their debts?
Norman Osbornâ€ ™ s endgame is revealed as the Marvel Universe finds itself irrevocably changed and not everyone survives!
A sensible approach to the endgame is more likely to be accomplished by Obama since McCain has been in bed with George Bush for this long-dragging hopeless war!
Kris might date Matt first this season, but the endgame is obviously Kris and Junior.
WASHINGTON Both political parties are making huge last-minute cash infusions into close House and Senate races, underscoring their traditional importance in endgame spending and the Democrats 'new financial competitiveness with Republicans.