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ultimatum
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • What she delivered to her brother was an ultimatum.
  • You can listen to an ultimatum.
  • I shan’t waste time proving to you why you’d better take my ultimatum seriously.
  • So here is my ultimatum: it is now in your power to destroy me; I may have to go; but if I go, I’ll make sure that I take all the rest of you along with me.
  • It’s an ultimatum.
  • To reach him in time, was the only ultimatum left in her mind.
  • In the name of all the producers who had kept you alive and received your death ultimatums in payment, I now answer you with a single ultimatum of our own: Our work or your guns.
  • "He . has . to . save . us," said Mouch slowly, as if straining the last of his mind into blankness and delivering an ultimatum to reality.
  • In the name of all the producers who had kept you alive and received your death ultimatums in payment, I now answer you with a single ultimatum of our own: Our work or your guns.
  • In the moment when he, lames Taggart, had found himself facing the ultimatum: to accept reality or die, it was death his emotions had chosen, death, rather than surrender to that realm of which Galt was so radiant a son.
  • Be it a highwayman who confronts a traveler with the ultimatum: ’Your money or your life,’ or a politician who confronts a country with the ultimatum: ’Your children’s education or your life,’ the meaning of that ultimatum is: ’Your mind or your life’-and neither is possible to man without the other.
  • Be it a highwayman who confronts a traveler with the ultimatum: ’Your money or your life,’ or a politician who confronts a country with the ultimatum: ’Your children’s education or your life,’ the meaning of that ultimatum is: ’Your mind or your life’-and neither is possible to man without the other.
  • Be it a highwayman who confronts a traveler with the ultimatum: ’Your money or your life,’ or a politician who confronts a country with the ultimatum: ’Your children’s education or your life,’ the meaning of that ultimatum is: ’Your mind or your life’-and neither is possible to man without the other.

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  • The union gave the company an ultimatum-saying they will call a strike if wages are not raised by Monday.
  • Russia presented Ukraine with an ultimatum that could not be ignored.

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