Ender


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End´er


n.1.One who, or that which, makes an end of something; as, the ender of my life.
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The sixth in the Ender series, this takes up Bean's story where Ender's Shadow left off.
Harper College is kicking off a search for its next leader a year and a half before current President Ken Ender is expected to step down at the end of his contract.
And my sources reveal Jo threw him ENDER Danny inset, out after looking through his mobile and seeing he had been in touch with mates who had been getting him into a right two and eight.
Since Maine is both a starter and an ender, it is in a network by itself.
Years later I came to appreciate the science fiction classic more--not only for the many leadership lessons identified by Ender Wiggin's experience at the story's Battle School, or for its conversion into a popular film but for the full potential which modeling and simulation in a networked environment holds for preparing for, or even conducting, future military operations.
Ender's Game Cert 12 SEVENTY years after aliens overrun Earth, brilliant schoolboy Ender Wiggin is earmarked by resistance chief Colonel Graff (Harrison Ford) as humanity's best hope for the future and is trained to lead mankind's struggle to save the planet from the invaders.
Ender Wiggin (Asa Butterfield) is one hopeful, determined to succeed where his older brother Peter (Jimmy Pinchak) and sister Valentine (Abigail Breslin) failed, and impress highly esteemed Colonel Hyrum Graff (Harrison Ford).
Step forward young Ender Wiggin (Asa Butterfield) who's sent to a military school run by Harrison Ford's gruff colonel.
Even as Ender faces his adult responsibilities while still a teen, he finds the ultimate game is actually a test of his moral fiber and could determine the fate of a race: either his own, or another's.
At Battle School, Ender distinguishes himself and he is transferred to the Salamanders squad managed by a bully called Bonzo (Moises Arias).
The film's title perhaps offers too much of an obvious clue that Asa Butterfield (The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas) looks like the boy most likely to rise to the occasion as Ender Wiggin.
The leading candidate is Ender Wiggin (Asa Butterfield), a runt-like outsider whose behavior toward his aggressive classmates reveals his true potential.