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  • noun Plural form of playbook.

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Examples

  • I know you don't make this stuff up, Stefan; but this stuff is out of the Hitler and Stalin playbooks.

    Sound Politics: Sewer of Corruption (XXII)

  • Following tactics like those in Right-wing "playbooks" being circulated nationally, one particularly noisy opponent near the podium stood up and continued shouting from the very beginning.

    Video Clips of Schiff Town Hall: Democracy Will Not Be Silenced

  • "playbooks" to go with the film, signed or unsigned 3x5 pics of the actors as they were filming on set, etc., could be provided for an additional price, say $5-$10.

    Techdirt

  • "playbooks" to go with the film, signed or unsigned 3x5 pics of the actors as they were filming on set, etc., could be provided for an additional price, say $5-$10.

    Techdirt

  • "The biggest difficulty is to not overburden them too much, we're all anxious to get everything in—the playbooks and the defensive schemes, but we have our guys and we have to go with them," D'Antoni said.

    New Knicks Get a Crash Course

  • "They are taking a page from the playbooks of these guys to put companies in play," added the lawyer, who has advised companies receiving the "love letters."

    'Love Letters' for a Takeover

  • And no, teams are not allowed to send their newest players playbooks, or even talk with them after the first congratulatory phone call, Reese said.

    Giants Value Talent Over Need

  • As the 2012 race heats up, we'll be tracking the candidates' pander playbooks to ferret out the most interesting, egregious and hilarious suck-ups in what promises to be a season of pander-monium nonpareil.

    Michael Sigman: Pander-monium Breaks Out Among 2012 GOP Hopefuls

  • Many of his ideas, like improving weather monitoring, his admonition of irresponsible export bans, panic buying and hoarding and his suggestion to implement targeted safety nets for the most vulnerable are right out of many experts' playbooks for how to deal with dangerous price volatility.

    Ben Grossman-Cohen: Secretary Vilsack's Defiant Defense of Ethanol

  • His schemes, which continue to influence offensive playbooks to this day, enabled the Chargers to finish first in total offense five times in Coryell's seven-plus seasons as head coach and never worse than fifth.

    The not-so-Super team: Best players never to reach the final

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