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For all these and others agree beforehand their fees and the basis of their calculation.
"I think that Gianni Infantino was wrong not to agree beforehand with the ECA and with (it's president) Andrea Agnelli," answered Rummenigge, when questioned about the attitude of Europe's top clubs.
Lawmakers from Aoun's parliamentary Change and Reform bloc, Hezbollah and its March 8 allies have thwarted the required two-thirds quorum by boycotting the three Parliament sessions in order to pressure their March 14 rivals to agree beforehand on a consensus candidate for the presidency.
It's perfectly natural for them to agree beforehand that, "No matter how good something sounds, we're not going to sign anything today-at least not until we've had a chance to go home and think about it."
Competition organisers called for legally binding agreements ensuring that parties agree beforehand on the kind of bets that are permitted - particularly where side bets' (bets not linked to the final result, but to secondary aspects, such as which player will make the first mistake) are concerned.
In the case of e'sma, men agree beforehand to give their wives the right to divorce.
And messages can only be sent to contacts who agree beforehand to receive messages from a specific inmate.
Jones laughed at suggestions they could agree beforehand to score four quick tries each to secure the bonus and then start playing for real.
Agree beforehand only to give out dates of employment and salary.
So, using Nature as our inspiration and guide, we'll agree beforehand to accept each painting as unique and perfect.
The two probably would agree beforehand on design as well.
Japanese officials said the resumption of the talks was made possible partly because the six nations have abandoned attempts to agree beforehand to contents of a draft statement, which will be adopted at the second round.