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conditional

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  • s  qualified by reservations
  • a  imposing or depending on or containing a condition
    conditional acceptance of the terms
    lent conditional support
    the conditional sale will not be complete until the full purchase price is paid

  • Negative conditional parenting didnt even work in the short run; it just increased the teenagers negative feelings about their parents.
  • Game-changers resist the craven conditional.
  • Some of the 225 have accepted on a "conditional" basis - they are waiting to see what kind of arrangements can be made for their transportation and lodging as well as ground .
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  • Jaap de Hoop Scheffer in BBC News
    In the event Nato has reached agreement, both on what its Secretary General Jaap De Hoop Scheffer describes as "a conditional and graduated re-engagement with Russia", and on a mechanism for promoting political and military reforms in Georgia...
  • Gordon Brown in Businessandleadership.com
    Speaking to reporters today, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said: "Europe is making three conditional offers, money on the table, saying we will do everything we can to make a climate change deal happen."
  • Zalmay Khalilzad in Reuters UK
    If it (Sudan's acceptance) is conditional, as we hear, that there will be only African troops involved and no non-Africans, that would be putting a condition on the acceptance -- and that would be unacceptable,Khalilzad said in New York.

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