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Synonyms for compromise

Synonyms for compromise

a settlement of differences through mutual concession

to make a concession

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to expose to possible loss or damage

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a middle way between two extremes

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an accommodation in which both sides make concessions

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make a compromise

settle by concession

expose or make liable to danger, suspicion, or disrepute

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15 applies to entities emerging from chapter 11 that do not qualify for fresh-start reporting, the carrying amount of liabilities compromised by confirmed plans would not be adjusted unless future cash payments designated as either principal or interest were less than the compromised liability's carrying amount.
Any compromised devices at this year's conference resulted from conference attendees whom joined a wireless network through hotels and hotspots that were insecure.
Maybe if you compromised, you'd have better luck,'' he said.
But they happily compromised when Schwarzenegger signed off on a new minimum with no escalator clause that still provides the nation's highest baseline wage.
This question is undoubtedly on the minds of many IRS officials, and it is a good bet the IRS will monitor the frequency of repeat violations that previously had been compromised.
For civil cases, this authority is vested in the District Directors and Assistant District Directors, regardless of the amount of tax sought to be compromised.
At this time, the Company has no reason to believe that any confidential customer information has been compromised or used for illicit purposes.
The district attorney and judge who presides over the criminal courts could not be reached for comment Thursday on whether they were aware of any botched autopsies that may have compromised homicide cases.
The study suggests that this extra, monthly revenue for buying food was directed at meeting the needs of the children and not that of the mothers, whose nutritional needs continued to be compromised.
Ben Fallaw concludes Cardenas Compromised on an optimistic note, declaring that in Yucatan the "legacy of popular empowerment and the memory of the democratic opening that Cardenas briefly created has not yet been erased" (167).
The Compromised Account Service helps issuers more effectively assess the threat of fraud on accounts exposed to Account Data Compromise events to reduce their fraud losses, lower their re-issuance costs and minimize cardholder dissatisfaction.
Women, labor, and conservation have always been compromised, " said an aging hippie with large breasts hanging untethered beneath her turtleneck.
In short, within a changed atmosphere, the nuances of their religious positions - bordering on dissimulation at times - compromised them all as effective leaders or advisers.
The rule, which applies only to compromises based on collectibility, authorizes certain IRS officials (district directors, service center directors, the director of the Austin Service Center and regional directors of appeals) to accept an offer regardless of whether IRS counsel has approved it and regardless of the amount being compromised.
While many unions are still steadfastly opposed to approval of the Agreement as it has been negotiated, the AFL-CIO seems to have backed off its previous insistence that the pact be renegotiated to insure that labor and environmental standards are not compromised.