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Our budget was completely shot based upon some contract language that, regrettably, the administration had bargained away years prior," Arndt says, "and as any superintendent knows, if you've bargained away a right and it's costing you considerable dollars, good luck trying to get it back.
Not so, Pellegrini wrote in the majority opinion, because the college had bargained away the board's unilateral authority.
He said Armenia essentially bargained away its prospects for diversifying its sources of energy in the future for cheap prices now, he told The New York Times.
If too much of the commission's report is bargained away, the $2.
Speaking in the wake of demonstrations against cartoons depicting the prophet Mohammed, Sir Trevor Phillips said that the right to offend was an "absolutely precious" part of British identity which could not be bargained away.
Speaking in the wake of demonstrations against cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad, Sir Trevor Phillips said that the right to offend was an 'absolutely precious' part of British identity which could not be bargained away.
Fontaine stressed that the right to self-government is not something that was bargained away in treaty negotiations.
Crosby MP Claire Curtis-Thomas, who nursed her quadraplegic mother to the end, is vehemently opposed on the grounds that a life should not be bargained away.
So would it be allowing women to show their faces in public, gays to follow their own lifestyle, or children to read literature other then the Koran that we bargained away next?