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Negotiate

To conduct business transactions; to deal with another individual in regard to a purchase and sale; to bargain or trade. To conclude by way of agreement, bargain, or compact. To transfer a negotiable instrument, such as a promissory note, or other Commercial Paper.

negotiate

to transfer (used of bills of exchange). The usual method is by endorsing (signing) the back of the document.
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Sometimes tutors provided partial answers and asked known-information questions likely to help students develop answers to previous negotiatory questions, as shown in Excerpt 6.
Others focus on the role of the teacher's beliefs in constructing classroom authority relations (Burk & Fry, 1997), programmatic outcomes of democratic practices (Rainer & Guyton, 2001), how authority is conceptualized (Pace, 2003), or psychological concepts such as transference (Baumlin & Weaver, 2000), without considering the negotiatory dimensions of classroom authority.
What Shell's assessment of Constable's poetry does not make clear--the uncertain reception his negotiatory idiom could expect to find in various communities of readership (both Catholic and Protestant)--appears vividly in her discussion of Thomas Wright's career in the entourage of Essex.
At this point I grow restless and long to see some sign that Orr's models of negotiatory reading and negotiating readers can function outside the present-day American university.
They stress the point that slighting relationships on either end of the system should be avoided because "they are not easily forgotten." They write of a negotiatory process whereby objectives can be attained only if all sides keep good relationships.
Mann develops Desai's subversive feminism in Voices in the City, while Knapp identifies a quite different negotiatory feminism drawn from traditional and conservative cultural origins in Fire on the Mountain.
Their every provision has been arrived at through a consensual negotiatory process, demanding the unanimous approval of a growing number of nations--nations which themselves represent differing political philosophies and a multiplicity of cultural inheritances.