"We compromise on so much.
As a possible compromise, Ms.
“But we will not compromise principles.”
In her resignation speech, Mrs May talked of the need for compromise.
On Compromise, by Rachel Greenwald Smith (Graywolf).
That is what it is about, engendering compromise and moderation."
"The scope of this compromise is a national security and public safety concern."
"I'm tired of compromise and I believe that the American people are tired of compromise.
"When is it a compromise to advance care, and when is it a compromise by the hospital to have it look good?
(Given their characterization of the two approaches, Hilpinen's apparent compromise is deemed to err on the side of the likeness approach.)
The Kansas-Nebraska Act, which replaced the Missouri Compromise in 1854, let citizens of Kansas and Nebraska decide whether to allow slavery.
If the House refuses to compromise, the UN money will await a compromise on the State Department appropriation act, which could take much longer.
President, my government is planning, and I am planning, to compromise, compromise, and compromise, but we’re not going to be compromised.”
But they weren't prepared to compromise on the big one - the backstop to prevent a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland - because they think it's already a compromise.
The compromise was aimed at going far enough in meeting Hong Kong democracy demands to head off a threatened occupation of the streets that autumn — a goal the compromise completely failed to achieve.
After a group of nine Republicans met with Biden to discuss a compromise on a broad Covid relief bill, Collins, one of the most centrist Republicans in Congress, said they hadn’t found a compromise but would keep talking.
This morning's unsurprising developments are a reminder of one of the truths of this whole process, as put by a former Brexit minister: "To deliver in Brussels, the UK must compromise - but to deliver in Parliament, the UK cannot compromise in Brussels."
Senior Conservative MP Nick Boles, involved in trying to hammer out one of the customs-union compromise options, dramatically quit his party from the floor of the House of Commons after the vote, accusing his Tory colleagues of being unable to compromise.
“There were several groups of reformist elites (who) try to compromise, try to convince the authorities in order to understand the students, but I haven’t seen any signs of compromise,” said Kanokrat Lertchoosakul, an assistant professor at Chulalongkorn University.
“The investigation of the whole SolarWinds compromise led to the discovery of an additional malware that also affects the SolarWinds Orion product but has been determined to be likely unrelated to this compromise and used by a different threat actor,” the blog said.
- make a compromise; arrive at a compromise
Example: nobody will get everything he wants; we all must compromise
- a middle way between two extremes
- an accommodation in which both sides make concessions
Example: the newly elected congressmen rejected a compromise because they considered it `business as usual'
- settle by concession
- expose or make liable to danger, suspicion, or disrepute
Example: The nuclear secrets of the state were compromised by the spy
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