bargain with

See: process, treat
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I wish Rose would drive a bargain with Will and Geordie also, for I think these books are as bad for the small boys as cigars for the large ones," said Mrs.
Wilt thou close a bargain with me and take six marks for thine outfit?
We lead a merry life, and no one leads a merry life for a farthing, so I will close the bargain with thee.
These gentlemen would do well to reflect that a treaty is only another name for a bargain, and that it would be impossible to find a nation who would make any bargain with us, which should be binding on them ABSOLUTELY, but on us only so long and so far as we may think proper to be bound by it.
Sharmila Farooqui and two other accused Usman Farooqui and Mrs Arsha had entered into plea bargain with the bureau in 1999.
Duty-to-bargain laws in particular give unions considerable power in the collective-bargaining process, because they make it illegal for a district to refuse to bargain with a union, and because most of them require state arbitration if the two sides reach an impasse.
Summary: In-house counsel with businesses that have union-represented employees have found that the company’s operational flexibility is sometimes impaired by the duty to bargain with the .
In the past managements used to receive charters of demands and bargain with the unions and offer something.
And that's part of the fun, finding an item you like and chasing down the best price - or staying to bargain with the shopkeeper.
This is not to suggest that physician executives would never bargain with their superiors in order to get them do what they wanted.
In 1982, the Board ruled that the hospital must bargain with the union.