Examples of endgame in a Sentence
they're now in the endgame of the negotiations for a new labor contract
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Card’s endgame for the fly brain is to plot out the various circuits that control behaviors like escape.
So, yes, once they're answered there is an endgame.
The two-hour sessions cover basic concepts and themes, opening moves, strategy, endgame, tactics and position.
Rebel Tory MPs look likely to wrest control of Brexit’s endgame from the government (see Britain section).
For the story to feel meaningful, the robo-apocalypse needs to have a larger endgame beyond these small individual goals that each character is pursuing.
The series, which marked Marvel Television's first live-action scripted drama before the comic book powerhouse spread its wings to cable and streaming, had run 22 episodes a season for its first five runs and is nearing its endgame.
There’s no endgame, just a stagnant pyramiding scheme.
But, now that Fox has done away with its no-core-X-Men-in-Deadpool-movies rule, as Angela points out, what’s the endgame here?
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