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- v. To handle verbally or in some form of artistic expression; to address or discuss as a subject.
- v. To take action with respect to (someone or something).
- v. To consider, as an example.
- v. To come to terms with; to overcome any difficulties presented by.
- v. To be in charge of, act on, or dispose of.
- v. To behave in a certain way towards.
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Although Nancy would never get over the loss of her mother, the funeral went a long way toward helping her deal with her grief—she saw how much so many people loved Deede, and I think she realized Deede had joined her husband in heaven.
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John P. was hesitant about the Daniloff deal with us holding out for more.
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My dad had negotiated a deal with Mr. Pitney under which he became part owner of the Fashion Boot Shop in exchange for his management of it.