[kuh n-trak-choo-uh l]
- of, relating to, or secured by a contract.
Origin of contractual
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Examples from the Web for contractual
“Nobody really has the access to contractual growth that [Access Midstream] has,” Stice said.How the Kings of Fracking Double-Crossed Their Way to Riches
March 13, 2014
I was not under any contractual compulsion to take any of the comments.Errol Morris on His Donald Rumsfeld Doc, ‘The Unknown Known,’ at Telluride
September 2, 2013
But this approach should not arise from the fact that it is our contractual duty under the law and we want to keep our jobs.Doctors Still Have to Treat Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
April 21, 2013
Lauer got permission during a contractual window to talk to ABC, CBS, and HBO.Matt Lauer’s Bruising Year After Ann Curry’s Ouster Devastated the ‘Today’ Show
March 11, 2013
The specific financial and contractual terms of the Yale-NUS agreement have not been made public.Yale’s Singapore University Criticized For Free-Speech Restrictions
July 24, 2012
You all stand upon the same level, and that relates right back to the contractual rights of the parties.
At present the composer has no contractual right as regards a machine, and Congress can not give it to him.
He used a standard contractual form, and in that contractual form it includes gifts and contributions, and we deleted those.Warren Commission (1 of 26): Hearings Vol. I (of 15)
The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
The relation existing between landlord and tenant is contractual.
It stated in substance that force should never be employed between nations for the collection of contractual debts.The Hispanic Nations of the New World
William R. Shepherd
- of the nature of or assured by a contract
Word Origin and History for contractual
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