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  • adj. Not ratifiable.


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un- +‎ ratifiable


  • And if the deal proves unratifiable, the studios will have no choice but to add enhancements if they want a deal at all -- and they do, so that feature production can resume with absolute certitude that there will be no strike.

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  • Nice as it is of the media to scratch the surface journalists should have been mining over a year ago, the current disastrous straits for the country are that - as Jen Rubin contends at contentions - the Obama who is off to Russia to cut unratifiable deals with the recrudescent Soviets hasn't really changed in the ensuing quarter-century.

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  • "That means that China and India and Brazil and the other Third World countries are going to have to sign up mandatory greenhouse gas cuts, may be not at the same rate as the US and Europe and Japan, but up until now, the position of those countries has been that there should be a get out of jail free card and they may slow down their growth rate, but they're not asking the same thing of us and that's unfair and it makes the treaty unratifiable," he said.

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