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game

(gām),
A contest, physical or mental, conducted according to set rules, played for amusement or for a stake.
[M.E. fr. O.E. gamen]
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Q. Can you tell me more about Brain games? There are many new brain games now advertised by Nintendo and others. Are they doing anything to delay Alzheimer’s

A. Interesting comment. I'll check the link.

Q. I did a bad movement with my knee during a ball game. How can I know if I damaged the knee ligaments? 4 hours ago I played basketball. I did a great jump but when I landed I felt a very sharp knee pain? How can I know if I damaged the ligaments there?

A. The only way to know for sure is to check! Can estimate the severity of the problem. Is your knee red? Is it hot? Is it swollen? Does the pain have the same severity or does the pain increase with time? If you answered one of those questions with a 'yes' several hours after the injury, you should probably talk to your GP

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But after being essentially beaten at their own game by Kerry in September's All-Ireland final, Lacey admitted it's time to change.
On both occasions Liverpool were beaten at their own game with Southampton's relentless pressing forcing Rodgers' side to repeatedly give up possession.
Miami (29-14) was led by LeBron James with 28 points and Dwayne Wade with 17 and this time the Heat were beaten at their own game. Indiana shot a season-high 55.7 percent from the field.
They cried at the Britannia Stadium back in October when they were well beaten at their own game as Towel-gate gripped the Potteries.
Effectively beaten at their own game, since the man in the White House hadn't stopped being a movie star--as his biographer Lou Cannon put it, he'd landed the role of a lifetime--Hollywood liberals felt newly otiose, and so did the liberal audience.
Although the Belgian and Italian teams had good, consistent anglers in their ranks - the runners-up in the competition were the Dixon Family (Phil, Mike and Martin) from England, which goes to show that the continentals can be beaten at their own game.