- v. present participle of broker.
“At what you called brokering which is not brokering at all, but putting two groups of people together who are unaware of each others existance.”
“If Obama succeeds in brokering a lasting Peace between Israel and Palestine, Republicans will run on a promise to repeal it.”
“For more than 2,000 years, since as long ago as the last century BCE, people living along the central Tanzania coast have played a part in brokering webs of intercontinental economies that connected people who lived in the interior of Tanzania with those of societies that abutted the Indian Ocean and beyond.”
“My … brother had quite a hand in brokering the accords, she said nodding across the room to a skinny bloke in a well-fitted tuxedo who was making his way onto the verandah Rose had disappeared onto.”
“The high-profile gestures coincide with Saudi Arabia's lead role last week in brokering a deal for a coalition Palestinian government.”
“Administration energy spent clamoring for a bigger American military presence would be better directed at convincing Iraq's neighbors they have a stake in brokering peace and keeping Iraq whole.”
“They do have quite a track record in brokering cease-fires, accords and agreements.”
“I took the occasion to ask Sen. Conrad Burns, who was recognized for his part in brokering the deal, about the flag-burning amendment.”
“We commend the efforts of the U.S. government in brokering a peace deal to end the gruesome 21-year Civil War in the South and its generous pledge of $300 million in U.S. humanitarian aid.”
“With less than one week remaining on the current labor agreement it is set to expire the day after the World Series ends neither Major League Baseball nor the players association reports any significant progress in brokering a deal.”
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