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This counterflow works against the expectations of the reader, because play movements or countermoves not only block another player's intentions, but also create possible new scenarios.
Once A switches to his Strategy 2, B will countermove with his Strategy 1 where A's gain falls from 100 to 50.
In a daring countermove to give back to Johns's work its taciturn eloquence, this installation purposely sets out to investigate four recurring motifs: the target; the "device" (a slat used for scraping paint); colors and their names; and the "cast" or imprint of the artist's body.
In a countermove, CAFTA proponents were able, with the surprising cooperation of Echandi, to garner 38 votes on a motion to amend Article 41 of the Reglamento del Congreso that prevents the body from fixing a time limit for voting on international treaties.
Just as Abigail turns Christian, Ithamore supposedly rejects Islam in favor of Judaism in a countermove that further demonstrates the confusion incorporated into the play's religious milieu.
Tremblay's analysis of the strategic forces that led to Levesque's defeat at the hands of Pierre Trudeau is much more even-handed than Godin's, who sees every Quebec claim as a brave advance and every Ottawa countermove as a brutal repression.
Finally Groove and Countermove from 2000 featured music from trumpeter Dave Douglas (a combination of jazz and gypsy), a black and white backdrop from artist Terry Winters and some very slinky performances from the company.
It is generally known [Bekanntlich soll es] that there was once an automaton constructed in such a way that it could respond to every move by a chess player with a countermove that would ensure the winning of the game.
Murphy (1992) describes how floor payments originated in the late 1960s "as a countermove by distributors who questioned the validity of house nuts and who no longer could afford to absorb most of the losses incurred by a failed film.
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Festival disappointments included the thin mysteries of Trisha Brown's Geometry of Quiet and an uninspired rendition of Groove and Countermove, the last part of her jazz trilogy to the music of Dave Douglas.
Accordingly the countermove consisted in checking the action of the market in respect to the factors of production, labor, and land.
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