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Harriss employs a Hypermodern--Modern permutation of gambits whereas Stevens's combination of strategies is Modern-Hypermodern.
Robbie Keane sits down to meet the media at Melwood after completing his move to Liverpool from Tottenham and offers this as his opening gambit.
This means you have to work your way through the story to unlock more goodies and gambits.
Postmodern choreographer Rudy Perez was also on the bill with Shifts, a reworking from 2003, in which five dancers' gambits blossomed from pedestrian moves and arched-back poses into hops and extended balances, suggesting themes of isolation and the randomness of life.
Church officials around the country have tried to use church-state separation as a defense in sex-abuse lawsuits, but these gambits have failed.
Tonight, producers resort to all manner of narrative gambits to get viewers to stay tuned, apparently unconvinced that the good works of their subjects is enough.
I, for one, would caution ACPE's members to think carefully whether or not their interactions every day with family members, co-workers, and employees are, in fact, well served by following "negotiating gambits," whose roots are steeped in the experiences of international hostage dynamics.
JPMorgan distributed today its new research report, "Global Gambits 2003: The Right Moves for Right Now".
IN TERMS OF manipulative narrative gambits, ``Crossing the Line'' is well-titled.
Less cerebral than Ogive were Feld's two ironic premieres, Tongue and Groove, customized for guest artist Mikhail Baryshnikov, and Ludwig Gambits, yet another raucous ensemble ballet pitted against a symphonic score, this time by Beethoven.
While I thought his late-'60s drag popstering and '70s gambits as space alien and Philly soulster were daring theater and brilliant music, the Teutonic minimalism of his ``Low'' period was just that, while his semi-submerged identity in Tin Machine was an unfortunate exercise in democracy.