mutual concession

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Since the above was written, the question of dominion over the vast territory beyond the Rocky Mountains, which for a time threatened to disturb the peaceful relations with our transatlantic kindred, has been finally settled in a spirit of mutual concession, and the venerable projector whose early enterprise forms the subject of this work had the satisfaction of knowing, ere his eyes closed upon the world, that the flag of his country again waved over "ASTORIA.
When Miss Mills undertook the office and returned with Dora, exhorting us, from the pulpit of her own bitter youth, to mutual concession, and the avoidance of the Desert of Sahara!
Chamberlain and Schnadhorst were political allies until they fell out over Home Rule and in one letter written by Chamberlain after their fallout in April 1886, he states: "The Liberal Party is going forward to certain disaster unless some steps are taken immediately to reunite us by mutual concession.
My dictionary has one definition of the word "compromise" as the settlement of a dispute by mutual concession.
Knupfer focuses instead on what most Americans believed until the bitter 1850s--that practical liberty depended more on Union and mutual concession than on abstract systems of principle.
The UN-facilitated peace talks cannot move forward unless the stakeholders offer mutual concession," he stressed.
He espoused an inescapable truth - that the art of governing is based on give and take, especially in a democracy where compromise means the settlement of a dispute, but by mutual concession.
Bush's flaw was believing that negotiation and mutual concession could accomplish the U.
Losyukov was quoted as telling Takano flexible approaches and mutual concession will be necessary to resolve the territorial issue.
Unfortunately, appeals officers usually prefer Forms 870-AD, particularly in mutual concession cases, to prevent taxpayers from reneging on their deals.
At another press conference, Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba questioned the meaning of parliament if the DPJ intends to push through all its assertions with an ''all or nothing'' attitude, adding he believes there is room for mutual concession.

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