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appointment / engagement / date / CL: , 個|个 / to arrange to meet
approximately / probably
to economize / to conserve (resources) / economy / frugal
to restrict / to limit to / to constrain / restriction / constraint
treaty / pact / CL: 個|个
to restrict / condition
vague / faint / indistinct
to sign a contract or agreement
booking / reservation / to book / to make an appointment
convention (i.e. international agreement)
  *约* | 约* | *约
to weigh in a balance or on a scale
  *约* | 约* | *约
to make an appointment / to invite / approximately / pact / treaty / to economize / to restrict / to reduce (a fraction) / concise
New York
sketchy / concise / abbreviated
agreement / contract
to agree on sth (after discussion) / to conclude a bargain / to arrange / to promise / to stipulate / to make an appointment / stipulated (time, amount, quality etc) / an arrangement / a deal / appointment / undertaking / commitment / understanding / engagement / stipulation
to break a promise / to violate an agreement / to default (on a loan or contract)
John (name) / Johan (name) / Johann (name)
to agree (on a meeting place, date etc) / to reach agreement / to make an appointment
penalty (fee)
specially engaged / employed or commissioned for a special task
treaty / contract
(of a contract) binding (law)
bet / wager
to keep a promise / to honor an agreement
diligent and thrifty (idiom)
to restrict / to agree to a contract / offer / bid
Johnson or Johnston (name)
Joseph (name)
to invite / to make an appointment
to agree by chance (idiom); taking the same action without prior consultation
New York University
app-based taxi
to practice strict economy (idiom)
movie contract
approximately equal to
oath / vow / pledge / promise
agreement between the residents of a , an administrative district under a city or town (Tw)
New York City
to terminate an agreement / to cancel a contract
futures contract (finance)
restrictive condition / constraint
reduced fraction (e.g. one half for three sixths) / to reduce a fraction by canceling common factors in the numerator and denominator
approximately / about (some numerical value)
to arrive as planned / right on schedule
NATO / abbr. for 北大西洋公約組織|北大西洋公约组织, North Atlantic Treaty Organization
to keep an appointment / to keep one's word
New York state
New York Times (newspaper)
to renew or extend a contract
Saint John
Joseph (name)
engagement / wedding contract
Old Testament
former agreement / former contract
highest common factor HCF / greatest common divisor GCD
common measure
contract of alliance / oath or treaty between allies
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
graceful and subdued (style)
established by popular usage (idiom); common usage agreement / customary convention
The New Yorker, US magazine / resident of New York
to break a promise / breach of contract
Rio de Janeiro
Mayotte, island between NW Madagascar and Mozambique
restricted / constrained
Shen Yue (441-513), writer and historian during Liang of Southern dynasties 南朝梁, compiler of History of Song of the Southern dynasties 宋書|宋书
special correspondent / stringer
divisor (of a number) / approximate number
to conclude a treaty
about / around / approximately
common factor / common divisor
(term coined c. 1920s) unequal treaty – a treaty between China and one or more aggressor nations (including Russia, Japan and various Western powers) which imposed humiliating conditions on China (in the 19th and early 20th centuries)
(slang) to hook up for a one night stand / booty call
legal force (i.e. binding in law)
Johannesburg, South Africa
to break an agreement / to go back on one's word / to fail to keep one's promise
performance bond (international trade)
faint / distant / barely audible
to invite / to issue an invitation
Gospel according to St John
to arrange an interview / an appointment (with the foreign ambassador)
terms (of an agreement)
signatory states / countries that are party to a treaty
takeover bid
Boxer Protocol of 1901 signed in Beijing, ending the Eight-power Allied Force intervention after the Boxer uprising
to keep an appointment
peace treaty
to agree on three laws (idiom) / three-point covenant / (fig.) preliminary agreement / basic rules
surname Arroyo
New Testament
Treaty of Nanjing (1842) that concluded the First Opium War between Qing China and Britain
approximate / rough
New York Post (newspaper)
Book of Job (in the Old Testament)

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