cc] is the union's payoff when both the union and the firm concede
; (7/,t, the union payoff when the union holds out and the firm concedes
Paddy Power have priced up from what time tomorrow the prime minister will officially concede
defeat should Labour be ejected from office after their 13-year tenure.
But while McDonald concedes
Glentoran have a mountain to climb in their bid to win the Gibson Cup, he is refusing to throw in the towel this early in the campaign.
61 MINS: Phil Vickery concedes
penalty in a ruck and Flatley converts from 35 metres.
England are among the world's finest defensive teams,and pride themselves on shutting out opposing sides,but Larder concedes
that Australia are a hard act to follow.
The fact that the Service eventually loses or even concedes
is relevant, but it does not establish that the position was unreasonable; see McIntosh, TC Memo 2001-144, and the authorities cited therein.
PHOTO Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu concedes
defeat to rival Ehud Barak.
Midway through this fascinating set of essays, Omer Bartov concedes
that "teaching a course on the Holocaust brought me once more face to face with the familiar, yet still jarring realization that neither teachers nor students, nor for that matter anyone who had either experienced it or studied it from some geographical or chronological distance could quite grasp the essence of the Holocaust or make it understandable to others.
To defending the bloating of the IRS's tax gap figures by including amounts that the IRS itself concedes
are wrong -- or that a court so adjudicates -- on the grounds that IRS agents could have made more adjustments is casuistry.
Similarly, Sorauf concedes
that the dominance of special-interest money is at least seen as a problem by the public.
David Seaman specials - Sportingodds: 2 concedes
goal from outside the penalty area, 4 concedes
goal through his legs, 6 concedes
a penalty, 20 to be sent off, 50 concedes
goal direct from a corner.