A series of online videos helped make Chief Keef a hot new rap star with a contract reportedly worth $3 million.
That info was utilized to determine which company was ultimately awarded the contract.
The ceiling and roof were made of concrete, not wood and sheet metal as the contract specified.
“Sidney always comes in under budget and has it in his contract that he keeps the difference,” he told me, raising his eyebrows.
Blackwater airdropped supplies to stranded soldiers of the 82nd Airborne for free until the Air Force provided a contract.
Yet I do not say that some one hath not forged such a contract.
The wife is obtained by capture, purchase, or later by contract.
This opinion seems in every respect to bear out Lever's own previous convictions, and to sustain the view he took of his contract.
It may, perhaps, sound paradoxical to mention the contract of suretyship.
Both were signed by both interested parties, then Davy paid Finch fifty dollars on his contract and the meeting adjourned.
early 14c., from Old French contract (Modern French contrat), from Latin contractus "a contract, agreement," from past participle of contrahere "to draw together," metaphorically, "to make a bargain," from com- "together" (see com-) + trahere "to draw" (see tract (n.1)). U.S. underworld sense of "arrangement to kill someone" first recorded 1940.
contract con·tract (kən-trākt', kŏn'trākt')
v. con·tract·ed, con·tract·ing, con·tracts
To reduce in size by drawing together.
To become reduced in size by or as if by being drawn together, as the pupil of the eye.
To acquire or incur by contagion or infection.
A legally binding agreement between two or more parties.