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were compromisable, the merchant could not refuse to accept NFC payments
By so doing, he made the uncompromisable compromisable.
The number of non-negotiables is limited -- and the rest is compromisable," pointed out Dr Afridi.
Because the founders of modern Turkey were very doubtful about compromisable of Islam and modern Western values and system.
He was interested not only in how compromisable systems might be located, but also in broader issues such as the discovery of information that was intended to be kept private.
But, Grassley added, "I told you that abortion is about the only issue I know of that's not compromisable.
Another approach invokes property doctrines that require the entire community to have access to certain resources--a project David Cruz initiated by arguing that marriage is a unique expressive resource (though he ultimately rests his argument on the doctrinally less compromisable claims of the First Amendment).
We may discern in contemporary masculinity studies a general confluence of positional and developmental notions of crisis, where masculinity is reasoned to be compromisable by collapse of exclusive structures of entitlement ("positions"), as well as constituting a psychogenetic conundrum that is specifically gendered and gendering.
These non- compromisable rights included: the right of citizens to free expression, to self-defense, to protection of property, and to fair trial.
But in the sentencing phase, just like in the damages phase of a civil case, the very presence of the unanimity requirement will force the jurors to compromise the easily compromisable nonbinary question of how long a defendant should be sent to prison within a given legislative range.
That is a quantitative debate--measurable, compromisable, and therefore negotiable.
When an antipolitical mood sweeps the country, even compromisable issues on a more-or-less dimension will be transformed into noncompromisable valence issues susceptible only to a "yes" or "no" determination, in which there is only one "right" answer.