negotiable : Definition, Usages, News and More

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nuh goh shuh buhl

  • s  capable of being passed or negotiated
    a negotiable road
  • s  able to be negotiated or arranged by compromise
    negotiable demands
  • s  legally transferable to the ownership of another
    negotiable bonds

  • Her organization issued a statement affirming that "we hold as non-negotiable the principle that personal and physical autonomy of all people with disabilities be regarded .
  • He promptly dispatched a million dollars to Randi's foundation, which purchased negotiable bonds and placed them in a special account where they await the first successful .
  • He has demonstrated that there really is no position he holds that isn't negotiable or isn't subject to change depending on how he calculates it will affect his political fortunes.
News & Articles


  • Nicolas Sarkozy in FOXNews
    Sarkozy said that "without new regulation there will be no confidence. it's a major non-negotiable objective."
  • Nancy Pelosi in San Diego Union Tribune
    As long as the bottom line is that 10 million children are covered. That's non-negotiable,responded Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
  • Benjamin Netanyahu in TIME
    These values are not negotiable. Consequently Catholic politicians and legislators, conscious of their grave responsibility before society, must feel particularly bound, on the basis of a properly formed conscience, to introduce and support laws... Pope Benedict XVI International Herald Tribune Mar 13, 2007 67045 89209 negotiate I think we should seize the moment ...... when we have the ability to negotiate a peace," Netanyahu said.

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