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  • noun Plural form of negotiator.

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Examples

  • The key issue immediately before the negotiators is Israeli settlement construction in the West Bank.

    UN Secretary-General Urges Intensive Middle East Talks

  • And the evil corporation, who of course somehow never sends in negotiators to find a way to mine the ore without even having to move the people is so thin it drove me nuts.

    Movie Review: Avatar and a Comparison II « Colleen Anderson

  • With just seven weeks until Obama is to travel to South Korea, the top trade negotiators from the two countries have yet to meet, and people involved in the discussion say the United States still has not decided what changes it will request of the South Koreans.

    Korea trade deal hinges on autos

  • With just seven weeks until Obama is to travel to South Korea, the top trade negotiators from the two countries have yet to meet, and people involved in the discussion say the United States still has not decided what changes it will request of the South Koreans.

    Korea trade deal hinges on autos

  • With just seven weeks until Obama is to travel to South Korea, the top trade negotiators from the two countries have yet to meet, and people involved in the discussion say the United States still has not decided what changes it will request of the South Koreans.

    Korea trade deal hinges on autos

  • American officials are talking to negotiators from the anti-US resistance in Iraq, whom they have denounced in the past as foreign fighters and remnants of Saddam Hussein's regime.

    Iraq: 3 ethnic groups don't go into 2 oil regions

  • With unexpected support from some Democrats, Republican negotiators from the House and the Senate say they are seriously considering a change in Medicare that would require elderly people with high incomes to pay higher premiums than other beneficiaries.

    Archive 2003-10-01

  • With unexpected support from some Democrats, Republican negotiators from the House and the Senate say they are seriously considering a change in Medicare that would require elderly people with high incomes to pay higher premiums than other beneficiaries.

    Medpundit

  • One of the objectives of the Canadian negotiators is to expand our exports of manufactured goods, and, specifically, to achieve further processing of our natural resources prior to export.

    The Canadian Global Corporation

  • Sen. Tom Harkin, the chairman of the Senate Health Committee, said negotiators from the White House, Senate and House reached a final deal on healthcare reform days before Scott Brown’s victory in Massachusetts.

    Health care rationing disaster averted by MLK Day? | RedState

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