from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A proposal offered to nullify or substitute for a previous one.
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- n. A proposal made as an alternative to another, earlier proposal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a proposal offered as an alternative to an earlier proposal
The owners bump up their offer of a $40 million cap to $42.5 million; the players counterproposal is for $49 million, which the league rejects out-of-hand.
And I think when they put that on the table, I think the secretary of defense, the secretary of state, the administration would take those, carefully consider those and say: Now, what’s the counterproposal from the United States, from China, from Russia, from Europe, from the Middle East?
If the counterproposal is the G6, Republicans should accept Part One with its half-trillion dollars in cuts, consumer price index change and repeal of the CLASS Act, i.e., the part of the G6 that is enacted immediately and that is real.
"To be clear, we will not make any kind of counterproposal or enter into any discussion," it harrumphed.
To be clear, we will not make any kind of counterproposal or enter into any discussion.
They presented a better offer to engineers in Washington, Oregon, California and Utah, and our counterproposal is a reasonable way to improve the offer for Wichita engineers. "
The statement added: "To be clear, we will not make any kind of counterproposal or enter into any discussion.
"To be clear, we will not make any kind of counterproposal or enter into any discussion.
"We will not make any kind of counterproposal or enter into any discussion.
And when specifying your counterproposal, please indicate how this methodology would prevent the speed limit from being lowered to 0. bdbd Says:
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