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  • n. Alternative form of game plan.

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Examples

  • You feel pretty good about your squad, you may have some injuries, so people know what the gameplan is all about.

    Redskins will add a running back, but who?

  • I'm really curious to see what GSP's gameplan is going to be and how he can execute it on someone bigger and stronger than him.

    Archive 2009-07-05

  • I'd love to know what Edwards 'post-Iowa gameplan is if he has momentum coming out of Iowa.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Yet another addition to the Scandal Scorecard (the current gameplan is to crank out a full update on Wednesdays, and fill you in on what I'm finding as they show up.)

    1000 words aren't needed...

  • HEMMER: As the president now begins to formulate his second-term gameplan, the message unspoken, but surely felt by his senior strategists, is mission accomplished.

    CNN Transcript Nov 5, 2004

  • Actually, the gameplan is in place in terms of an organizational philosophy before each season starts, and as in any good organization, should remain consistent and not vary from year-to-year.

    Red Line Report by Kyle Woodlief

  • Attend any media conference before or after a game, and the word gameplan is invariably mentioned at least once.

    Sport news, comment and results | guardian.co.uk

  • Bush’s non-spoken gameplan is permanent access to Iraq’s oil and ports, its airfields and military bases, as well as control of much of the area’s fresh water — the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers.

    Think Progress » As White House Smears Iraq Critics, Pentagon Readies Plan for Withdrawal

  • And your gameplan might be a little different, certainly.

    SI.com

  • Of course, Brees is in a whole other universe from Eli, but the gameplan should be the same.

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