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  • noun Plural form of playmaker.

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Examples

  • It allows me to get the ball out quickly to our playmakers, and our playmakers are always in position to break open a game with one play.

    USATODAY.com - Big game demands big plays

  • "We hopefully can find two to three guys, so-called playmakers," Gill said.

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  • "Hopefully, we can find two to three guys who are so-called playmakers," Gill said.

    LJWorld.com stories: News

  • Key, Clifford and Wesson were among the players Whittingham identified as playmakers in the game, which was highlighted by the offense.

    deseretnews.com - Top Stories

  • Key, Clifford and Wesson were among the players Whittingham identified as playmakers in the game, which was highlighted by the offense.

    deseretnews.com - Top Stories

  • Greene addresses gentlemen who are "playmakers," who "spend their wits in making Plays," and who are NOT actors; for Greene's purpose is to warn them against the rich, ungrateful actors.

    Shakespeare, Bacon, and the Great Unknown

  • "We know what kind of playmakers we have and that if we block, it's going to be hard for the other team to stop us," Kreutz said.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • He and the Broncos can pick up all of the role players they want, but until "The Kid" learns how to manage the "playmakers" this team will be much like last year ...

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • For all the campaign-season talk of witchcraft, "Aqua Buddha," and "Second Amendment solutions," the incoming class of Senate Republican freshmen will be stocked with establishment pros - the kind of playmakers who could bolster the GOP bench and give the White

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Do you think that Thompson has a lesser degree of appreciation for "playmakers" or

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