The pact covered two months, September and October, but “may be extended by the parties,” the filing states.
But Lapid had closed off that option by signing a pact with Bennett to go in or stay out as a team.
Bain Capital partner Edward Conard struck a Faustian pact with the publicity Devil.
That he publicly adopt the Wehner pact above and ask his fellow Republicans to do the same.
For The pact, McCarthy tried to dirty Casper up—by asking a makeup artist to put bags under his eyes and grease in his hair.
Never since the fend had ended in a pact of peace, had two factional leaders come so near a rupture.
The only conceivable explanation was that he had made a pact with the devil.
Compromise is virtual death: it is the pact between cowardice and comfort under the title of expediency.
He makes a pact with the young Cæsar, by marrying Cæsar's sister Octavia.
In real sorcery there is no such thing as a pact with a devil, and becoming his slave after a time.
early 15c., from Old French pacte "agreement, treaty, compact" (14c.), from Latin pactum "agreement, contract, covenant," noun use of neuter past participle of pacisci "to covenant, to agree, make a treaty," from PIE root *pag- "fix, join together, unite, make firm" (cf. Sanskrit pasa- "cord, rope," Avestan pas- "to fetter," Greek pegnynai "to fix, make firm, fast or solid," Latin pangere "to fix, to fasten," Slavonic paž "wooden partition," Old English fegan "to join," fon "to catch seize").
An employment contract: a settlement of his Metro pact
: MG Pacts Gable (1930s+)