Definitions

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  • n. apple grown chiefly in the Shenandoah Valley

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Examples

  • At both tables the auction was the same: two passes to South who opened a strong no trump, a Stayman inquiry by North, a reply showing spades by South and a conclusion in 3NT by North.

    A miracle in London

  • For De Botton, West put his faith in the 10 of diamonds – East had not doubled North's Stayman bid of two clubs.

    A miracle in London

  • Sjoert Brink used Stayman with the West cards, so the final contract was four hearts by East against which no defence could prevail.

    Netherlands win at home

  • Back row, from left to right: Albermarle Pippin, Roxbury Russet, Stayman.

    'Heirloom' Apples Stage a Comeback

  • "The minority of the students want to stay in their current companies, and that's why we're being more aggressive about career advice," Mr. Stayman says.

    B-School Bulletin

  • While students jumped at the speech class, not enough students signed up for the writing class for the school to offer it, says Douglas Stayman , associate dean for M.B.A. programs.

    Students Struggle for Words

  • Because more executive M.B.A. students are interested in changing careers, the school has hired a career counselor who will focus expressly on the executive students, says Douglas Stayman, associate dean for M.B.A. programs.

    B-School Bulletin

  • West would use Stayman in case his partner had hearts, East would deny a major, West would gamble 3NT, the defence would take the first four tricks in spades, declarer would take the next nine with the favourable lie of the minor suits, and no one would know that there was the slightest problem.

    Surely a world record

  • ANSWER: North in today's deal responded with two clubs, the Stayman convention, and most players would have done the same.

    Bridge

  • Kithri might not belong to Stayman, but Stayman had left its mark on her.

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