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How long any animal successfully negotiates life is an indicator of overall fitness and gene quality, so in many species, the older an animal gets, the more attractive it becomes to the opposite sex.

Thankfully, a Zambian with permanent residency in SA negotiates the costs down.

From Ozy

Ultimately the best thing would be to actually be able to agree with Apple, to be able to negotiate with them and be able to have the fruitful and functional business relationship that we have with others.

From Digiday

In a letter to Hogan, the nine Democratic lawmakers urged the Maryland Department of Transportation to negotiate with the private consortium, Purple Line Transit Partners, over hundreds of millions in unpaid cost overruns.

Let your kids suggest how much they want to keep and how much they want to leave for the Switch Witch and negotiate from there.

When it was all over, Protess had negotiated his retirement and left the school.

President Theodore Roosevelt negotiated an end to the 1904-1905 Russo-Japanese War in 1906 after Japan won.

The deal, negotiated by Russian experts from the Clinton and Bush administrations, makes sense.

As a result, the temporary truce negotiated by the ICRC is uneasy and, at best, only partial.

A little history on the SOFA: It was being negotiated after the surge had quelled daily violence to a considerable degree.

Orders were then given to cease firing, and by one oʼclock the terms of capitulation were being negotiated.

They negotiated with the owner, and after offering liberal inducements the building became their own.

If they had only fought to acquire civil power—conquered to spread Christianity—negotiated to perpetuate peace.

The second ledge was negotiated in the same fashion as the first.

At this time, no Spanish securities had been negotiated in Lombard Street for years.


On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to negotiated, such as: delayed, postponed, adjourned, assessed, charged, and pigeonholed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.