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strategy

[′strad·ə·jē]
(ecology)
A group of related traits that evolved under the influence of natural selection and solve particular problems encountered by organisms.
(mathematics)
In game theory a strategy is a specified collection of moves, which cover all possible situations, for the complete play of a given game.
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Stubbs has earlier worked as a senior macro strategist at MRB Partners.
The military strategist comprehends all that can be summed up as the human dimension, the human element; he understands people and knows how to motivate them.
5trn less liquidity globally, the strategists said.
Machining Strategist allows us to generate accurate and highly polished surfaces.
In 2004, seasoned Washington media strategist Mex Castellanos paid the bills with a handful of safe congressional races and a few unsuccessful primary challengers.
metalcasters increasingly burdened by heavy social and environmental obligations, there has never been a more critical time for leaders to become first-rate strategists.
Leopards don't change their spots just because the calendar changes,'' says one Oscar strategist.
In 1998, GOP strategists quietly acknowledge, they are shooting for a record low turnout of 35 percent or less.
Citi Private Bank has announced that it has named an investment strategist.
Binky Chadha, who previously held the chief US equity strategist position at the bank, has been promoted to chief global strategist, Williams added.
Switzerland-based Credit Suisse (NYSE: CS) has announced that it has hired a currency strategist.
A reversal of that trend is taking place, one that has gone unnoticed and will likely remain underappreciated for years to come--the return of the Army strategist.

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