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Detailing the three days of intense negotiations with Weinstein's lawyers Allen & Overy, she said the NDA was a "morally lacking agreement on every level", adding there were clauses that precluded her from speaking to colleagues, friends and family about what happened but also obligated her to get medical practitioners and lawyers to sign agreements before she could speak to them about what had happened.
The registration of presidential candidates will be held next week, with conservatives still in utter chaos lacking agreement on a candidate, former President Mahmud Ahmadi-nejad pushing a friend for the post and President Rohani standing above it all, not even declaring that he will run for reelection.
Lacking agreement on a new constitution and therefore on new elections, Tunisia has for two years been in a phase of "post-revolution transition," offering no incentives to investors.
Lacking agreement among legislators, previous legislative maps have been drafted by the Oregon Secretary of State, while previous congressional maps have ended up being set by the courts.
"Lacking agreement, Mikati will go ahead with plans to announce a de facto but constitutional government taking into account the size of parliamentary blocs," he added.
Lacking agreement, disagreement has to be managed, and much of that is out in the open.
Twenty-one pairs (42 items) of the 200 items in the test have been selected with half of the pairs being direct opposites, and the other half of the pairs lacking agreement with each other in varying degrees.