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  • adj. Attributive form of business deal, noun.


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  • The appearance of things: the automatic business-deal approval and red-carpet social reception that the New York financial ruling class gives its own allowed the Madoff family to engorge itself on a scale comparable to the income of ten-thousand people making $100,000 a year.

    Daniel Bruno Sanz: Madoff the God of Plunder

  • However, Walt lost the rights to Oswald in a sour business-deal with a distribution company (an historical film shown at the Disney parks has it that he was ripped off).

    Boing Boing: February 5, 2006 - February 11, 2006 Archives

  • Whether there was a business-deal going on which was in danger of failing, or whether


  • Ross, who has some business-deal loyalty to the man, is the Eleanor Rigby of tech billionaires: brilliant, prickly and palpably alone.

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  • One of Mr. Klein's rivals, the Hotel Bel-Air - the grande dame of business-deal breakfasts

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  • Men tend to approach love as though it’s a business-deal negotiation.

    Why Men Marry Bitches


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