Tiebreaker

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Tiebreaker

A random character assigned to a matchcode to prevent duplicate codes. This is important when matchcodes are derived from personal information such as addresses or zip codes in which repetitions are probable. A tiebreaker is also called a unique character.
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In the story campaign mode, players will take one of three unique characters, Black Ops, Bishop and Guardian, through industrial settings in the near future on Earth.
Enchanted Arms allows players to escape to a fantasy world filled with beautiful cinema-quality graphics, unique characters and bizarre creatures.
Chub City expands on the success of Dub City, which has a huge tween-to-adult following, and introduces our vehicles to a younger age range through a storyline centered around six unique characters aspiring to one day make it big in Chub City -- a city where even fire engines roll with bigger-than-life spinning rims," said Marketing Director Dave Sanders.
Their unique characters and personalities fill our daily lives with stories and memories that are worth sharing and remembering.
Using this method, still pictures of puppets were shot frame-by-frame and played at film speed to produce fascinating, unique characters that moved smoothly and naturally on screen.
Styling themselves in the trendiest threads and with the funkiest hairstyles, sims will unlock nine districts and meet over 65 unique characters, including the Black Eyed Peas.
Among the many productivity improvements found in CalliGrapher 7 are a new Configuration Manager that lets users to create and modify multiple CalliGrapher configurations, and a new customizable on-screen, 24-button keyboard for faster entry of specific or unique characters.
Through the game, players enter that world and become familiar with its vivid landscapes and unique characters.
Through this agreement, Fineline's unique characters will find merchandisers and entertainment outlets that will make their names recognized in households throughout America," said Bob Petry, CEO, Fineline Properties.