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“The facts here are condensed from the work of two international arms-transfer researchers, Brian Wood and Sergio Finardi, in Chapter 1 of Developing a Mechanism to Prevent Illict Brokering in Small Arms and Light Weapons—Scope and Implications, published by the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, 2007, pp.”
“Brokering and financing a hand-in-glove relationship between credit card companies, debt collection agencies, and a private arbitrator might not have earned Accretive a lawsuit of its own, but the suggestion that they had clandestinely cultivated an uneven playing field on which to bludgeon debt-hobbled consumers looked like a hell of a way to make a buck.”
“Brokering such a power- sharing agreement will require significant American leadership and ingenuity.”
“Brokering agreements of any kind among 200 countries is difficult and time-consuming.”
“Brokering this kind of systemic change requires more than a good plan and Senator Daschle is an accomplished politician who has shown himself capable of translating shared interests into policy change.”
“Brokering peace in Ireland (debunked), dangerous missions to Bosnia (with her daughter, Sinbad and Sheryl Crow on a USO tour).”
“Brokering an agreement on a general scheme was easy in comparison to what it took to nail down one its principal elements -- a total rewrite of regional water distribution policy that has been in the works since 2000.”
“Poetic Obituaries: In his retirement Herb Brokering served 11 years as a staff associate for Wheat Ridge Ministries, an independent Lutheran charitable organization based in Itasca, Ill., that awards "seed" grants to health ministries.”
“Brokering the deal in question is hotshot attorney Nick Rice Jamie Foxx, whose proudest achievement seems to be either his daughter or his ninety-six percent conviction rate.”
“Maxppp/Landov Brokering peace between Israelis and Palestinians has always proved hard.”
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