part of the bargain

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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.
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.
Steward, whose family run an amusement arcade in Great Yarmouth, is apprenticed with Michael Bell, and earned gratitude from Tregoning for fulfilling his part of the bargain by staying calm and pushing Bronze Angel two and a quarter lengths clear of dead-heating pair Niceofyoutotellme and Velox.
A number of hardliners have picked up on The Wall Street Journal story to say the United States was just playing with President Rohani and had not really carried out its part of the bargain to free up $4.
Speaking during a meeting of the Welsh Grand Committee, he said: "As a Government we are committed to playing our part of the bargain to electrify the Great Western rail line all the way through to Swansea.
FOR all the aches and pains I've suffered in my Battle of the Backsides challenge for Sport Relief, I never expected to make the Guinness Book of Records as part of the bargain.
When she did, though, it was sad to see her sell part of her soul as part of the bargain - turning her back on her background in favour of lording it up at the manor.
It's a completely unpredictable league, so we just have to make sure we keep our part of the bargain and keep the hammer down," said Wilder.
It is a completely unpredictable League so we just have to make sure we keep our part of the bargain and keep the hammer down," said Wilder.