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use "negotiate" in a sentence

Despite the hope that they could negotiate with the owners, the skilled workers lost control of the movement.

Meanwhile, Emily had relented and gone to see jonah to negotiate for the medicine to save Mayor Green.

In contrast, the city of Toronto requires that 1% all of
conducted, that this angle has a negligible effect on g, then using the protractor is acceptable.

Cornwell, Drury 2001, p. 223. Sung in French, it received negligible airplay and charted at No.47.

The overlying Upper Jurassic - Upper Cretaceous clastic succession, ~3,000 m thick, has negligible source potential but contains high-quality reservoirs with largely secondary porosity of ~15% or more.

However, once the printer is warmed up, the time to print the first page is negligible.

The number of indigenous minorities was negligible.

All time critical feedback occurs at the slave where the delays are negligible.

For very slow motion of the fluid, the inertia forces of the fluid are negligible (assumption of massless fluid) in comparison to other forces.

In practice, however the actual authority of the imperial senate was negligible, as the emperor held the true power of the state.

The third SENS conference was held in September, 2007. "Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence (SENS), Third Conference (September 6-10, 2007)".

Val till landstinget i Skåne län As a part of the process of decentralization in Sweden, and as a part of the regionalist efforts in Scania, separatism thus plays a negligible role.

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