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Since the invasion, Iraq’s leaders have done deals that guarantee most parties a share of power and its spoils.
The city has a record of helping major players like Ford do deals.
Yet while Trump said the move fulfills a campaign promise, Trump in his first year chose to do deal with terror suspects much like the Obama administration: prosecuting them in civilian courts.
Donnes and his business partner Jerry Daigle, Lampoon’s nominal C.E.O., committed to doing deals only with mainstream-studio involvement.
The Rangers did deal Barry Beck for four players and future considerations in November 1979 to the Colorado Rockies, who relocated to New Jersey in 1982.
Obviously, Shurmur and McDaniels can’t do deals, or even enter into agreements yet.
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.
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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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