White game

Related to White game: Black game
(Zool.) the white ptarmigan.

See also: White

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Are you trying to tell me I belong in a white game?"
The Chronicle Live's Chief Sports Writer Lee Ryder, and NUFC writer Chris Waugh discuss a game of two halves for United in this weekend's Everything is Black and White game review.
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Some coaches are more structured in the sense of completions and stuff but under 'Mac' it's not a black and white game, there's a bit of grey there.
The teenager started his second Premier League second Premier League game at White game at White Hart Lane and is expected to get the nod at Wembley.
With the help of his mentors, Bradbury broke out into professional publications, selling "The Big Black and White Game" to American Mercury in 1945 and "The Creatures that Time Forgot" (later "Frost and Fire") to Planet Stories the same year.
as a result they were hunted almost to extinction by white game hunters and appeared as savage monsters in Western literature of the Tarzan genre and films such as King Kong (1933).
White game. Showcasing realistic 3D physics using the Bullet Physics, with great graphics and challenging CPU opponents.
But, by doing so, he, more than any other African American player, helped move African American baseball out of the shadows of the white game. His success against white teams, for example, drew the attention of white sportswriters, thus giving national mainstream exposure to the black game.
Despite exclusion from the elite "white game" throughout the Empire, by the second half of the 20th century the West Indies team became the undisputed world champions.