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The venue on Congress Parkway will not be doing deals directly with producers.
While that film did deal somewhat with American racial tensions, its greater focus was on the undying virtue of blue collar America—that side of America too often ignored by modern filmmakers.
Across Africa from here to Gaborone, from Luanda to Dakar, governments have been quietly doing deals with the North Korean state for years.
Jones did deals with Nike and Pepsi when the rest of the NFL went with Reebok and Coke.
Yes, the vast majority of programming ESPN does deals with sports and doesn’t delve into political.
Language inserted into the budget by Republicans on the Legislature's budget committee would have allowed the authority to own property, hire its own attorneys and do deals on foreign projects if the borrower is incorporated in the United States.
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Definition of done deal for English Language Learners
: something that has been done and that cannot be changed
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