mutually agreed

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She added, "Although we have mutually agreed to part ways during this time, I have been incredibly fortunate to have a team leader like him in my corner for the past four years.
In addition, we received a second letter from FrontFour in mid-December threatening "more aggressive public action", unless we agreed to the addition of a mutually agreed upon Director to the Board.
If thegovernment will not implement the mutually agreed points within few days, we along with our workers will come out on roads for its implementations," the party warned.
Fiocchi Italy and POF have mutually agreed that POF will utilize Fiocchi's capacities for the export of Small Arms Ammunition on "Case to Case" basis, whenever required.
LONDON, Sept 27 (KUNA) -- The Football Association (FA) announced on Tuesday it has mutually agreed with Sam Allardyce to terminate his contract as England manager with immediate effect.
With Mark successfully assuming the role of Chief Executive Officer and the management team continuing to execute our strategic growth plans, the Board and Jim mutually agreed that now is an opportune time for this transition," said Michael J.
The bilateral non-testing arrangement, if mutually agreed, could become binding immediately without waiting for the entry into force of the CTBT at the international level.
We also have a mutually agreed leavers' scheme in place for employees who may want to leave the Trust in return for a payment.
Barring a mutually agreed upon change order, a party will be held to the terms of a fixed price contract.
In addition, Major League Baseball will provide mutually agreed upon support and assistance to the foundation when possible, beginning with a link on the MLB Web site.
It is an attempt to try and draw people into a technical discussion about modalities about accomplishing some mutually agreed purposes that would both promote sustainable development and promote [a] clean environment.
It was mutually agreed that an impasse had developed and that further discussion would be fruitless," said a statement signed by task force co-chairs Eunice McMahon, representing ACIP, and Bishop David Ashdown of the diocese of Keewatin, representing the house of bishops at the end of their Oct.