mutually understood

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Each partnership requires set mutually understood terms, especially around what each party brings to the table, such as defining ownership of specific intellectual property.
Au contraire, what was mutually acceptable was freely shared in terms of food as well as religious and social fervour, both mutually understood as expressions of humanness, language itself crossing all barriers.
Few explanations are needed, as the collective suffering and awareness in examples of such images are mutually understood.
First, assessing inventory savings, via simulation or any other method, requires that the definitions of all measures are presented in a mutually understood Supply Chain Analyst Dashboard.
On his part, Mr Kasoulides thanked Mr Venizelos, saying that when he visits Athens he feels differently than in any other country and he expressed the belief that the great need of Cyprus to be in constant consultations with Athens, to exchange views and compare notes is mutually understood.
Essentially, the US does not want to upset the mutually understood concept of "one China, two systems," established by President Jimmy Carter's Administration in 1979.
A commitment to the creation of an MLV framework should, over time, build a mutually understood mechanism for determining the extent of a crisis.
However, the only sure-fire way to ensure that both parties' intentions are clear and mutually understood is to have a cohabitation agreement.
The team has addressed not only ongoing issues--such as the use of mutually understood terminology and standardized communication--but has also assessed our structure and practices for process improvement from a systems perspective.
The facts surrounding the issues should have been known and mutually understood by both parties long before program termination.
This collective identity consists, in part, of mutually understood roles that affect how those who do not possess nuclear weapons behave in the presence of nuclear-armed states, and vice versa.

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