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Origin of gambit
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Example sentences from the Web for gambit
Regular visitors to local art spaces will recognize some artists’ familiar gambits in new editions.In the galleries: A wide array of media carry election-year messages|Mark Jenkins|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
It’s a calculated gambit, primed to prod advertisers into thinking they’re missing out on the next big thing in social media.‘We’re at the crux of it’: How TikTok rival Triller is brashly pitching advertisers|Seb Joseph|October 12, 2020|Digiday
Charles Schwab’s namesake brokerage, which slashed brokerage commissions in the 1970s, had a similar marketing gambit.Robinhood’s speedy rise is shaking up the brokerage market|John Detrixhe|September 19, 2020|Quartz
I guess Falwell folded on that gambit when he realized, as I’ve said here many a time, video is forever.
As publishers look for pockets of audience engagement wherever they can find them, limited-run educational newsletters are a gambit gaining some traction.‘The second wave’: Publishers see the value of providing education through newsletter courses|Kayleigh Barber|August 27, 2020|Digiday
This gambit means Aereo is avoiding paying anything to broadcasters or the middlemen it is replacing.
For these other news organizations, their hunt for the ex-prisoners was a multi-thousand dollar high-risk gambit.
How did you arrive at him as your Gambit, and why did you decide to move away from Taylor Kitsch?
Jensen is in a different political place than Grimes, and her more aggressive stance may indeed be a savvy strategic gambit.Meet the Kentucky Dem Running On, Not From, Obamacare|Jonathan Miller|April 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One gambit is to require photo identification, a reasonable-sounding provision that 34 states have now adopted.
Whatever kind of gambit is being played here, it is bigger than any of its parts or pieces.Highways in Hiding|George Oliver Smith
When the rolling was very bad, Mrs. Gambit clutched me with one hand and her right hand neighbour with the other.
Nor could I understand why Mrs. Gambit spoke scornfully of this act of kindness, which was entirely unexpected by me.
Supper ended, Mr. Gambit lit a pipe of tobacco and began to smoke, begging me not to mind him.
When he had finished, Mrs. Gambit dropped her chin and returned to practical business.