- n. Plural form of player.
“• Fabio Capello took over scared group of players• Italian warns England players to put transfer talks on hold”
“This move was made after one owner, a lot of players, the head of the players\ 'union, and the NFL Commissioner all said he would be, at best, a distraction.”
“Socializers wish to be highly-esteemed by their fellow players, and, generally, players will esteem highly anyone who is highly-esteemed by the game this is essentially the same as saying: Many of the big MMOGs have mostly Achiever/Socializer players*.”
“Ronaldinho, Pato all these players, but equally we have players who can win the match too. ”
“When players are doing well, they have a tendency to leave their comfort zone and go into areas where other players should be but he knows exactly what to do. ”
“You really dont understand it and it kind of hits you very abruptly with certain players from the past, Deion Branch, Willie McGinest, David Givens to name a few.”
“Your taste in players is certainly in keeping with your taste in bands.”
“It is one of his coach-isms -- a word players also repeat like it's the Wild's mantra.”
“In this early stage in the history of video games, the range of expression that we provide to players is too limited.”
“I got you DNC, shame on you if you change the rules that everyone agreed to at the start of the primary, just cause one of the players is a sore head and won't get off the field of play!!!!!!!!!”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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