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an offer made by someone who has rejected a prior offer

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The universities through their lawyer Ruth Kirwa argued that lecturers dismissed the procedure for obtaining the counter-offer and described the strike as "creating an atmosphere under which negotiations cannot be held".
Be prepared for the landlord to counter-offer and negotiate with you as well.
There is not even a counter-offer," Batocabe pointed out.
Manchester United and Liverpool still have the time to launch a counter-offer for the 21-year-old's signature.
Representatives from the campaign have met twice with Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck to plead their case and yesterday saw them make a counter-offer to the club.
I don't like Friday afternoons because Friday lingers into the weekend and gives your employer days to think about your plans to leave, giving them time to craft a counter-offer or a stay bonus in hopes you will change your mind.
Sir Tom, who owns more than 10% of the Midlothian-based business through his West Coast Capital investment vehicle, is understood to be in talks with Icelandic investment group Baugur about joining forces to launch a counter-offer to Tesco's pounds 155m bid.
They made an offer, I made a counter-offer," Hutchinson said.
But on Wednesday, the company announced it had received an approach from an unnamed third party which could lead to a counter-offer being made for the business.
That means that for every three people that hand in their notice, one will consider a counter-offer to stay.
The IRS and the FBI show up at his door and make him a counter-offer that he CANNOT refuse, if he wants to keep any kind of freedom.
On the contrary, the subcontract is subject to mutual agreement, whether that agreement comes in the form of the general contractor's acceptance of your bid, your acceptance of the general contractor's counter-offer, or a negotiated solution such as a mutually agreed-upon subcontract rider.
Late last week House conferees made a $299 billion counter-offer to the Senate's earlier offer to fund a six-year highway bill at $318 billion.
The company denied the story, which appeared in a Finnish regional news paper, which claimed that the company had received an acceptance to the counter-offer from NRJ International LLC, and said that it had no knowledge of any purchase agreement.
Johnson said he'd sell it for $2,000, but he accepted Schuyff's counter-offer of $1,500.