A Little Game
is an acrostic for alg.
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- "A Little Game" is a 1971 ABC Movie of the Week that was first broadcast on October 30, 1971, starring Christopher Shea as a young boy who will do anything to get what he wants. He is responsible for the deaths of fellow students at the military academy he attends, yet his mother refuses to believe that he is guilty of anything. His stepfather begins to wonder if the boy wants to get rid of him. It was based on the 1968 novel of the same name by Fielden Farrington who also wrote the screenplay. The film was directed by Paul Wendkos who would film another of Farrington's novels for television Strangers in 7A the following year.
- "A Little Game" is a 2013 family adventure film written and directed by Evan Oppenheimer.
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Encyclopedia of Comedy (1899)
For Professional Entertainers, Social Clubs, Comedians, Lodges and All who are in Search of Humorous Literature ... by James Melville Janson
Then they played a little game called " forfeit.
by A & C Black Publishers Ltd
QAUQAU abbreviation Quality Assurance Unit quadroomquad room /kwɒd rum/ noun HOTELS a room for four people, usually with four single beds quailquail /kweil/ noun MEAT a little game bird, often eaten ...
by H.J. Davies
a little game, or play of children. Totomapfl, v. a. to do some mischief or violence. - s. the deer of some mischief; the same as tutors. Tdtornato, v. a. ,to strike the ground when in pursuit of hidden property that is supposed to be bunt-a ...
A Tahitian and English dictionary, with introductory remarks on the Polynesian language, and a short grammar of the Tahitian dialect (1978)
by Jerbert John Davies
a little game, or pla £" Totomapū, v. G., to do some mischief or violence. – s, the doer of some mischief; the same as totoa. Tötömato, v. a. to strike the ground when in pursuit of ...
The Devil's Dictionary, Tales, and Memoirs by Ambrose Bierce
There was a little game here and there in the mountains, and near the infrequent waterholes grass enough to keep our animals from starvation. If we should be so fortunate as to encounter no Indians we might get through. But within a week ...
by Richard DOLBY
onions, leeks, and celery; stew them down till nearly done, but do not let it colour; then add a sufficient quantity of beef stock to cover the ingredients, and let it boil for three hours, skim off all the fat and strain it ; a little game stewed down with ...
The household encyclopedia (1859)
A little game stewed down with the above will improve the flavour.
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- A little game of croquet
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- A little Game of Death action...
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- "...a little game called Russian Roulette!"
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- Some days you need a snack and a little game time
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