• The latest combination puts it under renewed pressure to do a deal of its own.

    ECONOMIST: The steel industry

  • Mancx provides a secure environment and anonymity to negotiate and broker a deal of knowledge selling.

    FORBES: The Rise of the Knowledge Market

  • We expected a great deal of resistance and were met with a great deal of resistance.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • This takes a great deal of physical energy, as well as a great deal of mental concentration.

    NPR: Jessye Norman: Back To Her 'Roots'

  • Apache is trading fractionally lower on the news, which is common for acquirers on a deal of this size.

    FORBES: Drilling Into Apache And Mariner

  • Some news reports Sunday speculated that Google opposed Microsoft s bid because it might be trying to wrangle a deal of its own with Yahoo!

    FORBES: Google Slams Microsoft Bid For Yahoo!

  • If investors agree to such a deal of their own free will, as happened for Uruguay in 2003, it would not constitute a credit event.

    ECONOMIST: How the credit-default market will judge a deal on Greece

  • But if there is a deal of competition, two rivals selling bundled goods may see their margins fall even more readily than if they were not bundling.

    ECONOMIST: Economics focus

  • While Rajaratnam has an appeal that may or may not come through, he could strike a deal of more certainty to reduce his prison time with prosecutors to testify.

    FORBES: Will Rajaratnam Testify in Rajat Gupta Case?

  • Still, all the claims have a deal of truth.

    ECONOMIST: Hong Kong

  • At the same time, it will probably lose a deal of its cross-platform games when AAA developers start to produce for hardware that the Wii U may not be able to compete with.

    FORBES: Nintendo Pres: Wii U Sales are 'Not Bad'

  • Dutch voters, whose tolerant society is undergoing a deal of soul-searching following a high-profile racist murder, were particularly concerned about the possible future inclusion of Turkey, whose membership negotiations are due in the fall.


  • That book—slick, dead-pan, laced with a great deal of North-of-England vernacular, and aggressively opposed to any kind of smooth, self-consciously literary English—came as a breath of fresh air amid a great deal of worthy fustian.

    ECONOMIST: Homer

  • At the end of the 19th century, inspired dealers realised that there was a great deal of art in Europe and a great deal of money in America, and the marriage between the barons of capitalism and the market for Old Masters was consummated.

    ECONOMIST: Art.view

  • And, of course, the irony, Renee, is that there is not a great deal of difference on policy issues if you look at Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton - on the war, on health care, on taxes - just not a great deal of difference.

    NPR: Assessing a Two-Person Democratic Race

  • It had been delayed, as you mentioned right at the beginning, and it was - there was a great deal of expectation, a great deal of curiosity to figure out what the Republicans were going to say and how they were going to address Hispanic voters.

    NPR: Republicans Reach Out to Latinos in Univision Debate

  • "There did not seem to be a great deal of coordination by high schools or donors to ensure that there wasn't a great deal of overlap, " says Mark Williams, founder and president of the Center for Higher Education Support Services, recalling his five years as a financial aid administrator at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Who are you to bury the chances of a deal and of normal life here, after just a few hours in the room meant for negotiations you didn't conduct?

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Israel's premier opportunist

  • He believes they're within a context of a broader deal, if you will, within a context of a balanced deal that includes tax reform that generates revenues for deficit reduction.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney,

  • It gained, I should think, a fair number of recruits and a great deal of prestige.

    NEWYORKER: Politics and Prose

  • These lost purchases deprive customers of a deal and shops of a sale, without raising any money for the government.

    ECONOMIST: The right place to look for fiscal resources

  • Both the Nyaya and Vaisheshika schools of Hindu philosophy had a great deal of reverence for inference and a proto-scientific method.

    FORBES: The Theology of Science and the Internet

  • Those of us who were here in 1996 remember a great deal of cooperation between a Republican Congress and a Democratic President.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

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