Definitions

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  • noun One who engages in brinksmanship.

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Examples

  • Had the Administration tried to work openly with Congress on a lot of these matters, rather than continually assert the rights of Executive Authority, we might not be in the state we are in, now, after this brinksman approach.

    Balkinization

  • Had the Administration tried to work openly with Congress on a lot of these matters, rather than continually assert the rights of Executive Authority, we might not be in the state we are in, now, after this brinksman approach.

    Balkinization

  • Had the Administration tried to work openly with Congress on a lot of these matters, rather than continually assert the rights of Executive Authority, we might not be in the state we are in, now, after this brinksman approach.

    Balkinization

  • Had the Administration tried to work openly with Congress on a lot of these matters, rather than continually assert the rights of Executive Authority, we might not be in the state we are in, now, after this brinksman approach.

    Balkinization

  • Had the Administration tried to work openly with Congress on a lot of these matters, rather than continually assert the rights of Executive Authority, we might not be in the state we are in, now, after this brinksman approach.

    Balkinization

  • Had the Administration tried to work openly with Congress on a lot of these matters, rather than continually assert the rights of Executive Authority, we might not be in the state we are in, now, after this brinksman approach.

    Balkinization

  • Had the Administration tried to work openly with Congress on a lot of these matters, rather than continually assert the rights of Executive Authority, we might not be in the state we are in, now, after this brinksman approach.

    Balkinization

  • Had the Administration tried to work openly with Congress on a lot of these matters, rather than continually assert the rights of Executive Authority, we might not be in the state we are in, now, after this brinksman approach.

    Balkinization

  • Had the Administration tried to work openly with Congress on a lot of these matters, rather than continually assert the rights of Executive Authority, we might not be in the state we are in, now, after this brinksman approach.

    Balkinization

  • Had the Administration tried to work openly with Congress on a lot of these matters, rather than continually assert the rights of Executive Authority, we might not be in the state we are in, now, after this brinksman approach.

    Balkinization

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