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to argue about the terms, as of a sale

Synonyms for dicker

negotiate the terms of an exchange

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CARLISLE: Gillespie, Atkinson, Archibald-Henville, Gillesphey (Wyke 65), Miller, Kennedy, Hery, Dicker (Thompson 76), Grainger, Gilliead, Asamoah (Rigg 65).
Digital and social media are reshaping and enhancing the power of creative storytelling," Dicker said.
Daniel Dicker has more than twenty years' experience on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange, where he traded crude oil, natural gas, unleaded gasoline, and heating oil futures contracts for his own accounts.
And Dicker, who also had a spell at Birmingham, hopes it will be a case of 'Friends Reunited' during today's FA Cup fourth round tie.
Delighted Levein said:"I'm delighted to have Dicker available again.
Dicker is a member of the faculty of the Department of Pediatrics, The Children's Hospital at Montefiore, Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Steven Dicker, a senior consultant at Watson Wyatt who advised on the transaction, said, "This flagship deal heralds the launch of a new market in longevity risk.
Friendships that are made and endure is what Chaverim is all about," program director Gerry Dicker.
Postalworker Paul Dicker, 46, was riding home from work with Royal Mail at Whitchurch when he overtook a lorry and rode straight into the path of an oncoming Ford Fiesta.
Mike Harrington, Mike Tamposi and Roger Dicker of CB Richard Ellis' Manchester office represented the seller and procured the buyer.
HARD-WORKING Tony Dicker is an unsung hero at Seaton Burn College, according to colleagues.
Dicker begins in chapter 1 by locating Kant within the broader Rationalist/Empiricist tradition, clarifying key terms while stipulating how these terms relate to current debates in analytic philosophy.
Wilson, Elser, Moskowitz, Edelman & Dicker, LLP, which experienced 10% growth this past year to become the New York area's 15th largest law firm, has undergone a major expansion of its Westchester office and increased its space at 3 Gannett Drive in White Plains by 18,000 square feet to 92,000 square feet.
I WOULD like to contact relatives of Sarah (Grocott)Dicker who died at 54 Cedar Street,Bootle,on November 20,1925, widow ofHenry Dicker.