Nothing, it seems, will budge them from their opposition to give-and-take of governance.
But it offends my sensibilities to watch the president throw in the towel before the give-and-take even begins anew.
Once the positions are set, real negotiations would begin, with give-and-take on both sides.
This would seem disastrous in the give-and-take of politics but it is in keeping with sectarian religious doctrine.
The give-and-take between them and Democrats yielded better remedies.
It's beastly dull, that's what it is—none of the give-and-take humour and practical fun you get in Paris or Vienna!
But perhaps this give-and-take of lovers may seem attractive to some.
In his home and in the bank where he played his daily game of give-and-take, his reputation for veracity was enviable.
Let it be a case, then, of give-and-take between us, and the rest of the gods will follow our lead.
It was a give-and-take battle, the successful speller having the right to give the word to the opposite side.