- v. present participle of bargain.
- n. the negotiation of the terms of a transaction or agreement
“You seem to believe that collective bargaining is always a good thing.”
“Once again, the President comes out on the defense, bargaining from a position of weakness.”
“Collective bargaining is PART of the free market, dufus.”
“In light of the way in which the high court framed the issue when it granted certiorari, I am inclined to think the court will conclude that, since Arave had a fair trial, the fact that his attorney may have been ineffective during plea bargaining is irrelevant.”
“For instance, Schelling showed that an agent may strengthen its position in bargaining by overtly worsening its own options, and that the capacity to retaliate can be more useful than the ability to resist attack.”
“We're negotiating and that was one of our negotiating points," he told the AP, "but collective bargaining is a negotiating process, and that was not something that Ted was authorized to say and he will be dealt with for that lapse in judgment.”
“Both sides will have a chance to evaluate them and when we begin bargaining, presumably sometime in the early part of 2011, we'll have a season of that under our belt.”
“If the insurance market becomes much more fragmented (i.e., competitive) then providers will gain bargaining power relative to insurers and costs will go up.”
“I think it would be reasonable to allow collusion by insurers in bargaining for services offered by monopolies or extremely narrow competition.”
“They did this for a variety of reasons, e.g. the demographic problem of keeping Gaza, the greater ease with which they imagined they could retaliate, to gain bargaining leverage.”
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