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- v. To agree, especially in every respect; to concur; to get along.
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- v. be in agreement
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In Hudson, New Hampshire, Paul LeClair said, "We just don't see eye to eye and just don't know what can be done about it ... what an individual does is one thing, but when she starts influencing hundreds of people, it's wrong."
Who gives Denny Williams a call before any major piece of labor legislation crosses his desk, so even if we don't see eye to eye on everything, your voice will be heard.
Armitage, for example, had just told Michael Jay, the Foreign Office’s highest-ranking careerist, that “Bolton and I don’t see eye to eye on much, but on the Iran issue, there’s no difference between us.”
It was a matter of considerable grief to Mr Quarterstone that no genuine producer had ever been induced to see eye to eye with him on the subject of the superlative merits of that amorous masterpiece, so that after he had grown weary of collecting rejections Mr Quarterstone had been reduced to the practical expedient of using his magnum opus as one of the props in the more profitable but by no means less artistic drama from which he and Mr Urlaub derived their precarious incomes; but his loyalty to the child of his brain had never been shaken.