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cut-throat

(of some games) played by three people
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She claimed the reason she was fired was that she was not cut-throat enough to stitch up her rivals.
00pm Ted leads an investigation into the apparent suicide of a city trader who was embroiled in the cut-throat world of London's financial district in the 1980s.
Cut-Throat (Zendaya) puts a hole through a teddy bear, but her knife isn't the only thing about her that's on point.
BY SEAN KELLY MICK McCARTHY insists the Championship promotion race will be a cut-throat affair.
It's the latest example of the cut-throat price war as the major supermarkets try to rival budget chains Aldi and Lidl to reverse a sharp fall in sales.
There are millions to be made at the box office and the competition is cut-throat, as everyone, from producer to performer, fights to get that coveted spot in London's West End.
12 billion rupees ($83 million) as it struggles in a cut-throat market.
com/beauty /beauty-club WET shaving is enjoying a retro renaissance, with a 50% rise in British cut-throat shaving barbers in the past 12 months.
SHARE SPOTLIGHT Irn-Bru maker AG Barr has revealed a PS5m blow from its failed merger with Robinsons firm Britvic but claimed victory amid a cut-throat soft drinks market.
It's a cut-throat business and they both have an opportunity to score runs and push their claim," The Telegraph quoted Cook, as saying.
It's a talent that's much in demand in the cut-throat world of industrial espionage.
Byline: Cheaper materials and cut-throat competition mean industry could revive this year.