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name of the game

Inf. the way things are; the way things can be expected to be. The name of the game is money, money, money. I can't help it. That's the name of the game.
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In our business, service is the name of the game and this will help IADA deliver even more value to our customers," he added.
With speed being the name of the game, one national record was broken by .
Instead, "fast-track" remains the name of the game and there is no end in sight to the velocity the technology sector is bringing to the office market.
Specializing is the name of the game when it comes to winning trophies.
Productivity is the name of the game, and if we can bring capital, management experience and technology to the formula, our African partners will be in a much better position," asserts McLymont.
Content is the name of the game and the real test of any technology is what people do with it.
The baseball was fun but it wasn't the name of the game for the trip.
With property values down somewhat from their late August highs, but with project costs not appreciably different than they were during that same period, today, the name of the game is capital structure and presenting transactions to lenders in a way that gets deals done.
These customer-facing initiatives are particularly critical to carriers as the market reaches saturation and subscriber retention becomes the name of the game.
With more and more institutions owning more (and different) properties than they ever expected to, the name of the game today is capability diversification.
The name of the game is workplace health - and extracting value from employee health is the silver bullet that American CEOs have been looking for to better compete in a global economy.
Pawlikowski's beautifully shot, sensual movie puts you at the heart of all of these strong emotions and secrets in this self-contained world where rapture and delusion are intertwined and ambiguity is the name of the game.
Increasing shareholder value is the name of the game and while it doesn't happen overnight, we plan an aggressive informational campaign for both companies to get the word out," stated Investments 101 Ltd.
But the name of the game is what you do on the ice,'' Holland said.
The name of the game in portable consumer devices today is battery life, battery life and more battery life," said Stephanie Guza, analyst for In-Stat.