part of the bargain

References in classic literature ?
It was a part of the bargain that they should divide any spoils there might be.
We shall engage to get aboard her by night, and if you will drop us on any part of the Indian coast you will have done your part of the bargain.
You must be bright and lively; that's part of the bargain.
Properly interpreted, the answer signified--"If you take your compensation in money, it is understood, as part of the bargain that you don't remain in England to annoy me.
The counties, which run the nursery schools, must show commitment by honouring their part of the bargain through appropriate budgets and follow-up plans.
Too bad that some of their other colleagues in this production don't feel that they have to work that hard to live up to their part of the bargain.
Mr Mahmood said: "I am delighted to be part of the Bargain Booze franchise and look forward to serving the local community in my first store.
Zarif said, Iran "has implemented its part of the bargain and we hope that with this statement by Secretary Kerry that we see serious implementation of all the JCPOA benefits that Iran should derive from this agreement.
From his side, Zarif reiterated that Iran "has implemented its part of the bargain and we hope that with this statement by Secretary Kerry that we see serious implementation of all the JCPOA benefits that Iran should derive from this agreement.
Murray then held his part of the bargain, seeing off highly-rated teenager Alexander Zverev 6-3 6-4.
Putin said Moscow would "do everything in its power" to ensure the agreement worked and called on all sides to fulfill their part of the bargain.
So far, the presumption is that any light GA operator needing to install ADS-B OUT also will want ADS-B IN to be part of the bargain, and that means using 978 UAT technology.