Definitions for "Shootout"
a tie-breaking procedure; there are two basic methods: a) in Major League Soccer and other North American leagues, the situation is a one-on-one where the attacker takes possession of the ball from 35 yards away, and has to dribble and score against the opposing goalkeeper; b) in international matches, shootouts are determined with penalty kicks; occurs after regular time in Major League Soccer; occurs after extra time in international matches.
A poker event where only each table winners advance to the next round.
an occasion in which the crowd votes on one of two contenders by booing and whistling, proceeding until a winner remains
Venture capital jargon. Refers to two or more venture capital firms fighting for the startup.
a fight involving shooting small arms with the intent to kill or frighten
Keywords:  gangs, rival, factions, battle, gun
A shootout is a gun battle between armed groups or opposing factions. A shootout often, but not necessarily, pits law enforcement against criminal elements. A shootout may also involve two groups outside of law enforcement, such as rival gangs.
Keywords:  nintendo, psp, sony, says, review
a comparative review, the title says Sony PSP, not Sony PSP vs Nintendo DS
Keywords:  arena, basketball, entry, sound
a sound entry into the basketball arena
a totally different situation," Demitra said
Keywords:  victory, drivers, race, end, two
When two or more drivers race to the end for victory.
Keywords:  freeze, see
See freeze out.