trade off

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Trade Off and his recent Wincanton conqueror Golden Jack dominated the finish, with last week's placings reversed after Ian Chanin gained the advantage on the final circuit aboard the Louise Alner-trained ten-year-old, who clearly relished the marathon trip.
How does one trade off single-system capabilities against system-of-systems capabilities?
The three trade off on songwriting and lead vocal duties for a toothsome permutation of styles.
Their existence implies that females who start to breed relatively late, or who have longer interbirth intervals, will have relatively longer lifespans, supporting the hypothesis that the rate of reproduction should trade off with longevity.
I thought that in the negotiations, the properties and resources of the church would be part of the trade off and thus native communities could now become major shareholders in the power and resources of our church.