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No mention was a concession or, as perhaps they let us know later, an indulgence of our presence at the dinner table or the reunion.
Because 25 percent of revenue from tickets and concessions is a lot more than 0 percent.Why Can’t Schools Get What the N.F.L. Has? (Ep. 431)|Stephen J. Dubner|September 10, 2020|Freakonomics
Certainly, what is being proposed does not give either side a big win, but will give both sides a good amount of concessions that advocate for their positions.There’s a Vacation Rental Compromise on the Table — Take it|Matt Gardner|September 3, 2020|Voice of San Diego
This engendered some resentment among Clinton supporters, but it also led to some fairly large concessions to the Sanders faction.
While the boycott brought considerable publicity to the issue of hate speech and disinformation on Facebook, the company made relatively modest concessions to the organizers.
At his concession speech, he told his staff to get ready to go work the next day.Meet Dan Donovan, the Prosecutor Who Let Eric Garner’s Killer Walk|David Freedlander|December 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The constitution was rewritten retrospectively in an attempt to put the concession beyond legal challenge.China’s Nicaragua Canal Could Spark a New Central America Revolution|Nina Lakhani|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And that small concession by Abe inflamed critics in Japan, who called it “a losing strategy.”
But there remains an underlying air of stress, from the media tent to the concession stands.
By 6:15, the tented concession stands have run out of sandwiches and chips and are only selling granola bars and soda.
Gordon turned his pleading eyes on his old friend without a ray of concession; but for a moment he hesitated.Confidence|Henry James
Nay; I see fresh reasons for my hope that such concession is far nearer than is generally imagined.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
It was thought that concession on the part of Great Britain ought in justice to meet with concession on the part of America.The Eve of the Revolution|Carl Becker
Groups of young people milled around the “concession” which served the delicious cooling drinks.
“You sure have beaten any other individual concession on the lot,” Amy told her at the end of the evening.
British Dictionary definitions for concession
- the right to maintain a subsidiary business on a lessor's premises
- the premises so granted or the business so maintained
- a free rental period for such premises
- a land subdivision in a township survey
- another name for concession road