agreementnoun

  • ja同意、合意、承諾
  • enthe act of agreeing or of coming to a mutual arrangement

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One of the downsides of Apple Pay is that you really can't use it at a lot of places.
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Apple says that it has agreements with 220,000 store locations.
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That sounds like a big number.
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But it's really just 5.5% of all retail locations in the US.
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We had an oral agreement.
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You said we had till the end of the day, EOD.
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It's not EOD.
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The D hasn't E'd.
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It won't be E'd for ages!
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To make matters worse,
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a price war erupted between Saudi Arabia and Russia in early March,
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after OPEC and its allies failed to reach an agreement on deeper supply cuts.
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What's this, some kind of lame drug deal?
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That is a gentleman's agreement.
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I made that man a dining room table in exchange for 60 feet of copper pipe and a half pig.
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There's maybe a few key points to focus on.
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As part of the separation from eBay that we had,
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there was an agreement, we call it the operating agreement, that goes for 5 years.
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And there are a couple main factors that are included in that agreement.
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The first is that eBay was restricted, for a period of time, from putting volume on another pay—
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or having another payment service provider produce a volume.
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So I hate to bring this up again.
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But I just wanna make sure that I'm gonna get paid.
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It was a handshake agreement with Mr. Newport.
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It was for a lot of money.
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Anyway, you could wire transfer it.
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The promises of 1994 have not been kept.
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For example, economic justice.
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It did not happen.
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It's a lot more difficult to keep a promise to free people economically
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if you have invested in keeping the economic power in the same place that it was during apartheid,
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which is with the white business owners, the white land owners.
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This is part of the agreements that were made.
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I'd say our terms of agreement were pretty clear.
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Uh-huh.
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You and your brotherhood manage my operations.
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And I permit you to maintain yours for a bit of your profits.
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There's a long, long way to go and I—
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- And there's 27-plus countries and parliaments that have to ratify any future deal. - Yeah.
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But again, the key is that the main obstacle to an agreement is this question of Northern Ireland.
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It's not the divorce bill, 40 billion euros, 39 billion euros,
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it's not about illegal issues on EU citizens, right?
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Yeah, that's right.