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payoff

(Payment in full), noun discharge, pay-out, sattsfaction in full, settlement

payoff

(Result), noun closure, conclusion, determination, end, finale, finish
See also: effect
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But how do storytellers employ planting and payoff to manipulate the intensity of feeling?
Entrusting Dealertrack to deliver speed, accuracy and consistency to our vehicle payoffs was a clear choice, because the company exudes the same characteristics of honesty, integrity and mutual respect that are core to RAC.'
For players with a low valuation this disincentive effect is not a major cost since they already expect a zero payoff in the three-player standalone contest.
According to the researchers, this also may explain a shift in distribution of bluefin tuna to offshore banks and locations further north on the northwest Atlantic shelf where herring (and their corresponding energetic payoff) are larger.
Furthermore, depending on what the other player chooses, the same strategy may lead to a Pareto-dominated outcome and to an outcome with the highest payoff of the game (e.g., defecting in the Prisoner's Dilemma).
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RECENT articles in the press have highlighted the scandal of excessive remuneration and payoffs for senior council officers.
I sit on the audit committee and, when Labour are finally forced to bring this information into the sunlight, I will be sure to let my residents know how much this payoff has cost them.
The net present value and payoff time of the additional investment in 1200 mm diameter cans assuming an operating time of 10 years can be seen in Table 3 on the previous page.
AFTER years of axing public funds and telling us to tighten our belts, David Cameron and his cronies could get payoffs costing taxpayers PS350,000.
Also observe that there are homeowners who would get a higher payoff from defaulting even when offered A.
Findings--The authors illustrate how a team-based performance reward structure may lead to a coordinated equilibrium even when team managers and employees receive different payoffs and exhibit shading incentives based on the payoff differentials between them.