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1. Her clever opening gambit gave her an early advantage.
2. His opening gambit at the debate was a direct attack on Government policy.
3. His idea of a brilliant conversational gambit is 'What's a nice girl like you doing in a place like this?'
4. These questions are often an opening gambit for a negotiation.
5. His favourite opening gambit is: "You are so beautiful, will you be my next wife?"
6. This gambit nevertheless breaks the ice, and they begin by discussing the merits of various brands of scotch.
7. Warwick's opening gambit is to blur the line between consciousness and intelligence.
8. On a gambit,[sentencedict.com/gambit.html] he ordered the U.N. troops out of the Sinai.
9. At other times it is a gambit to extract the maximum price concession from the seller.
10. As this gambit brought no success, she returned to the salt.
11. But it's just the opening gambit in what could be a long chess match.
12. Firstly, using GAMBIT carves up gas film's mesh in the hydrostatic gas spherical bearing, set up model and set sound boundary condition.
13. The Florida - friend gambit had not fooled Sweeting for an instant.
14. His favorite opening gambit is: " What a beautiful day! "
15. Hyundai followed up its Super Bowl gambit with an ad blitz in ABC's Academy Awards broadcast, its first national play with the Oscars.
16. The an Offer Gambit works well to stop the buyer grinding away on you.
17. On the face of it , Mr Buffett's gambit looks both unwise and uncharacteristic.
18. Cho's violent gambit failed and he was killed in the fighting.
19. He sees the proposal as more of a diplomatic gambit than a serious defense proposal.
20. Their promise to lower taxes is clearly an election-year gambit.
21. Campaign strategists are calling the plan a clever political gambit.
22. The opposition have dismissed promises of tax cuts as a pre-election gambit.
23. "I hear you're a friend of Jamie's, " was her opening gambit.
24. Nobody knew whether or not it worked but we derived a certain pleasure from the savagery of the gambit.
25. The process has been demystified and brought within the gambit of the familiar laboratory discourse.
26. Still, this was a tidy, interesting account of a clever gambit from the University of Florence.
27. But motherly warmth turns cold beside the journalistic revulsion the Molinari gambit provokes.
28. His exit, when he truly is on his last legs, is his most effective gambit.
29. He had fallen , Warren Trent realized , for an ancient , elementary gambit.
30. This is always a hot point and front line gambit about Internet economy in recent years.
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