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  • verb Present participle of renegotiate.

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Examples

  • You gave assent to it in a referendum in 1973 when the public voted to remain in the Union on the terms renegotiated by the United Kingdom.

    Army Rumour Service

  • You gave assent to it in a referendum in 1973 when the public voted to remain in the Union on the terms renegotiated by the United Kingdom.

    Army Rumour Service

  • You gave assent to it in a referendum in 1973 when the public voted to remain in the Union on the terms renegotiated by the United Kingdom.

    Army Rumour Service

  • You gave assent to it in a referendum in 1973 when the public voted to remain in the Union on the terms renegotiated by the United Kingdom.

    Army Rumour Service

  • You gave assent to it in a referendum in 1973 when the public voted to remain in the Union on the terms renegotiated by the United Kingdom.

    Army Rumour Service

  • A lot of shipbuilding contracts may have had their terms renegotiated or specifications changed, he said.

    China Shipbuilding Plunge Reflects Broad Stress

  • Trump himself has said that the United States gets "taken to the cleaners" in international relations and he believes existing trade deals should be renegotiated, which is precisely the Democrats 'position.

    THE DONALD AND THE DEMOCRATS

  • In addition, we transferred $170 million of larger previously classified as renegotiated loans to non-performing status as our review showed core performance on these properties deteriorated.

    Financial Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • In addition, we transferred $170 million of larger previously classified as renegotiated loans to non-performing status as our review showed core performance on these properties deteriorated.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • BTW, Obumbler and the likes of Barney Fwank are still pushing for more of the same bad loan practices with the additional caveat of having current bad loans "renegotiated" (even by judges) to allow deadbeats to stay in their homes and pushing for new deadbeats to get loans.

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