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bilateral

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Definition affecting or undertaken by two parties
  • She helped negotiate a bilateral agreement between the United States and Japan.
  • Bilateral symmetry, an apparently higher center of gravity ... One clear shot, black glove to brain compartment, was all that I needed.
    Roger Zelazny  --  My Name is Legion
  • This must also involve a dramatic new effort in bilateral relations, above all to bring our young generations together.
    Tony Blair  --  First Address to Irish Parliament From a British PM
  • If he made the call, it meant that he had the impostor — it was the bilateral agreement.
    Robert Ludlum  --  The Bourne Supremacy
  • To those who are genuinely concerned, I push a button to say, "I have spastic bilateral quadriplegia, also known as cerebral palsy.
    Sharon M. Draper  --  Out of My Mind
  • Bilateral.
    Anthony Doerr  --  All the Light We Cannot See
  • She had written a note on it: 'Hands bagged bilaterally in Emergency Department.'
    John Berendt  --  Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
  • "Bilateral" 'Both sides agreed to it.'
    Robert Ludlum  --  The Bourne Supremacy
  • In common with other hemispherectomies, she has limited peripheral vision on one side because the Visual cortex is bilateral—the one side controls vision to the other side.
    Ben Carson  --  Gifted Hands
  • 'Not bilaterally?
    Robert Ludlum  --  The Bourne Supremacy
  • A strong, healthy Germany, he claimed, was in the interests of the West, and of business in particular, and would serve to "keep Bolshevism at bay, and away from Bay Street," The next thing to be desired was a bilateral trade treaty, and he was assured that this was in progress.
    Margaret Atwood  --  The Blind Assassin
  • The objective is threefold: first, revitalized and modernized bilateral relations where we can finally put the burden of history behind us. second, a habit of close consultation on European issues, marked by a step-change in contacts at every level, particularly in key areas such as agriculture, justice and home affairs, employment and foreign and security policy. third, working together on international issues more widely, for example UN peacekeeping, to which both our countries have...
    Tony Blair  --  First Address to Irish Parliament From a British PM

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