Examples of endgame in a Sentence
they're now in the endgame of the negotiations for a new labor contract
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Former Bank of England Governor Mervyn King and Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive officer at WPP Plc, discuss the Brexit endgame and how U.K. businesses are being impacted by negotiations.
What, after all, is the conservative endgame other than Trump's success?
At this point, North Korea is already a nuclear power, and limitation of its nuclear program might be the only realistic endgame.
What’s most mystifying to foreign diplomats and trade policy experts is how the Trump administration conceives the endgame of bringing down a legal system the United States spent so much time and effort to build.
The endgame for this strategy will be to demand the news media treat both investigations as equally legitimate.
The endgame is to have a starting quarterback, and these guys are available and proven.
Analysts still doubt independence is the endgame, given that the turnout was low enough to cast doubt on the vote’s authority.
And North Korea’s is more mercenary than most—suggesting an endgame in which the Kim family essentially sells out one day.
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