to conclude a bargain ; a deal ; deposit ; an arrangement ; to set ; faith ; to stipulate ; stipulation ; undertaking ; promise ; to arrange ; engage ; convention ; commitment ; stipulate ; to agree on sth ; stipulated ; engagement ; understanding ; appointment ; terms ; agree on ; appoint ; to promise ; pass ; to make an appointment
Brazilian Environment Minister Izabella Teixeira warned this month that "for us, it is not acceptable to go to Nagoya and not have an agreement for (the) ABS Protocol... We need a deal ."
The abstemious Mohammedan depends on it or coffee for'adding life to the party' or'putting through a deal.
In China, layers of management were much fewer, and corporate goals were abundantly clear: Make a deal, then make cars.
AC Milan and Manchester City have expressed interest in him, but a deal has yet to be reached that satisfies all parties.
Hyundai also signed a deal with Fox to place its vehicles in "24" and advertise during the show after Ford pulled out.
And so, a deal: give us drugs, after a certain age — say, 80 — all drugs, any drugs we want.
The Republican gubernatorial nominee has acknowledged reaching a deal with the employee over the altercation three years ago.
Warner Books editor Jonathan Karp struck a deal with Lee to write a book about "how Chinese food is more all- American than apple pie," according to Lee.
Nevertheless, where both negotiators had lived abroad 70% struck a deal in which the seller was offered a management job at the petrol station in return for a lower asking price.
Buy -out firms would instead approach four or five banks – using the staple package as a floor – and auction off a deal's financing to the bank that offered the best terms.