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- n. Plural form of dealing.
- n. relations with others
- n. business transactions
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of transacting within or between groups (as carrying on commercial activities)
- n. social or verbal interchange (usually followed by `with')
- n. mutual dealings or connections or communications among persons or groups
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The record written by George Muller of the Lord's dealings reads, especially in parts, almost like an inspired writing, because it is simply the tracing of divine guidance in a human life -- not this man's own working or planning, suffering or serving, but the _Lord's dealings_ with him and workings through him.
This clip of children gleefully shouting their favorite euphemisms for their bathroom ... dealings comes from the Sesame Street potty-training DVD Elmo's Potty Time.
The hiring of Ms. White, who is representing J.P. Morgan in dealings with attorneys general in at least two states, is a sign of the legal strategy that is emerging as lenders and mortgage servicers gird themselves themselves for what is likely to be a contentious and complicated inquiry.
He said in dealings with regulators and TARP officials he lied about that same amount to try and get more money from TARP.
The proposed acquisition of discount carrier AirTran Holdings Inc. by larger rival Southwest Airlines Co. would combine two all-Boeing fleets, creating an airline likely to have more clout in dealings with aircraft maker Boeing Co.
Force of any type is rarely even considered in dealings between people.
I have a 100% positive feedback record and have always been scrupulously honest in dealings with buyers.
We all may wish there was more transparency in dealings with the Labs, but I am sure they will get to end point in their thinking in the not too distant future.
The only victory in this sad display of arrogance and underhanded political dealings is that it will ensure Republican takeover of Congress and the Presidency in upcoming elections.
The American people are hungry for fairness in dealings with their government.
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