agree upon

See: settle
References in classic literature ?
Your Excellency, we are unable to agree upon a Favourite Son to represent us in your Cabinet.
How would it be possible to agree upon a rule of apportionment satisfactory to all?
Tired with these delays, I applied myself to his favourite minister, with a promise of a large present if he could obtain us an audience of leave; he came to us at night to agree upon the reward, and soon accomplished all we desired, both getting us a permission to go out of the kingdom, and procuring us camels to carry our baggage, and that of the Abyssinian ambassadors who were ordered to accompany us.
At the expiration of the term we agree upon, let us discuss this subject again.
Since we haven't been even started with negotiations, we do not know what countries will agree upon,' he said.
Minister of State for Refugee Affairs Mouin Merehbi told The Daily Star that his ministry had prepared a "comprehensive" policy paper that "everyone should agree upon.
MULTAN -- Former prime minister Yosuf Raza Gilani on Wednesday said the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) suggested from the day one that the government and PTI should agree upon on Terms of Reference (TOR).
The practitioner should not report on an engagement if the specified parties do not agree upon the procedures performed or to be performed and do not take responsibility for the sufficiency of the procedures for their purposes.
According to the lease, if the parties were unable to agree upon the rent to be paid during the renewal period, the rent would be fixed by arbitration as provided by New York State law.
Under the auspices of OSFI, competitors are collaborating to agree upon the appropriate pieces of the standards that address switch-to-switch interoperability and will present the results to the ANSI T11 group for ratification by year-end.
Is it possible to select and agree upon which are the basics (Ediger, 1995, 116-117)?
One member of the senior management team reported that an estimated 20 percent of staff time was spent on issues resulting from an inability to clearly agree upon and define member, provider, and health plan responsibilities for keeping care in the network.