token

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  • Players move their tokens around the game board one square for each point awarded.
  • The cost of production of token money is less than its actual value.
  • Sometimes the player has more than one token with which to travel.
  • A player must play at least one token on their turn.
  • In two-party systems, a paper candidate may also be known as token opposition.
  • There are also special number tokens, which serve a special purpose in the game.
  • The public key token is used to make the assembly name unique.
  • A system of tokens is used to control train access to single line sections.
  • Often there is a given start and finish position for the player's token.
  • They can not be spent for content access in the same way that the tokens can be.
  • The token and weapon suggested are moved into the room, if not already present.
  • The system is designed such that the control centre can only issue one token for any particular section until it is returned.
  • The bit is used as a token that is passed back and forth between the stations.
  • A certain number of tokens is required in order to access these levels (see below).
  • But, unfortunately today very little land area remains as a token of forest in this district.
  • Today, they are left as tokens that people have been there to visit and to remember.
  • Face-down gold or treasure tokens are then placed on each island.
  • The brain is represented by a token that is held by one player at a time.
  • When spite tokens are spent in this manner they are given to the player they're spent against.
  • The first to bring all their tokens to the finish wins the game.
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Meaning of token

  • noun An individual instance of a type of symbol
    the word`error' contains three tokens of `r'
  • noun Something serving as a sign of something else
  • noun A metal or plastic disk that can be redeemed or used in designated slot machines