About 8,140 results
|Offers advice on the strategic, organizational, and personal challenges of every stage of a career, illustrating the author's business theories about getting promoted, writing budgets, and establishing a work-life balance.|
|The game is played as follows: For each game 1, a dealer, who is the player that |
has won the most tricks in the previous game or who has been chosen by paper-
rock-scissors when there is no winner, is designated. The dealer shuffles the ...
|This is a very simple matter akin to selecting answers to multiple choice |
questions, although embedded in a narrative and realistic scenario. Scoring is
not used in this game, and there is no “winner.” The player is either correct or
incorrect and ...
|First in the ground-breaking HUNGER GAMES trilogy. Set in a dark vision of the near future, a terrifying reality TV show is taking place. Twelve boys and twelve girls are forced to appear in a live event called The Hunger Games.|
|What about the real world? ... However, there is no winner if less than 20 per cent |
of the marks are awarded to charity. ... Betty likes games because they are
specially designed to be fair to all the players; this is so different from real life
which is ...
|3.421 The advantage of sports is that it is real, in a way that a tragedy is not. |
Somebody really wins the game. We don't know how it will turn out, either: it is
like a play being made up before us. Before the game is played, there is no
|Beat the Dealer is the bible for players of this game of chance. Perforated cards included in the book are a convenient way to bring the strategies into the casino. A winning strategy for the game of 21.|
|That play is so widespread and requires so much energy suggests that it is the |
real thing. There are no winners and losers; the players take turns to chase and
be chased, and the game ends only when the animals become tired or hungry.
|Theory, Applications, and Numerical Methods for Differential and Stochastic |
Games Pierre Cardaliaguet, Ross Cressman ... Thus a winner effect may also be
regarded as an attempt to convert victory into dominance, even though there is
no display. ... of ESS with T thus engendered will reasonably approximate the
variation of signal intensity with contest length observed within a single real