Examples of treaty in a Sentence
a nuclear test ban treaty
in accordance with a treaty between the United States and the tribes of the Pacific Northwest, commercial fishing of certain kinds of salmon is limited to Native Americans
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Carrots of economic assistance would be offered along the way, and others – like a peace treaty and alterations of the U.S. military posture in the region – would come at the end of the process.
ZackTV was also the place where one of Stoner's mentors, Tony Woods, went in November when his for-profit community organization, Good Brothers, went to try and broker a peace treaty between two rival gangs in the Altgeld Gardens neighborhood.
The April 27 inter-Korean summit, which produced a vague declaration to work toward denuclearization and a peace treaty for the Korean Peninsula, was meant to serve as a springboard for talks between the U.S. and North Korean leaders.
Trump's comments came after an April 27 inter-Korean summit between Moon and Kim, which ended in a joint declaration seeking a peace treaty and complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
Richard McGregor, senior fellow at Sydney's Lowy Institute, told CNN the perfect outcome of the summit for China would be cordial talks, leading eventually to a peace treaty and calmer Korean Peninsula.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un reportedly has agreed to abandon his nuclear weapons program in return for a peace treaty with the United States and a pledge to not invade his country.
Heavy diplomatic lifting North and South Korea agreed to pursue this year a peace treaty formally closing the hostilities of the Korean War.
In 1872, a treaty was signed that allowed the tribe to stay on their homeland and ended a decade of bloody conflict.
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TREATY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of treaty for English Language Learners
: an official agreement that is made between two or more countries or groups
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legal Definition of treaty
- the President…shall have power, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to make treaties
- —U.S. Constitution art. II
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