Deal Ticket

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Deal Ticket

Slang; the contract containing the terms and conditions for a trade. It is also called a trading ticket.
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Warnock admitted that Cardiff were close to bringing in at least one new signing on Tuesday afternoon, but let the deal slip through their fingers.
The future of the region is dependent on Iran- Whatever the case, the West needs Iran, so it is unthinkable that the P5+1 would let the historic deal slip away.
Although no formal announcement has been made, Paramount Pictures, Viacom's Hollywood arm, let the deal slip when it publicly congratulated DreamWorks' founding trio - Steven Spielberg, David Geffen and Stacey Snider - on completing a deal to leave the studio.
Ramos wants the mess resolved, freeing the way for him to bring in the two is determined to reject any bids for less than pounds 30m out of hand - even if that means seeing the chance of a deal slip by.
Dubya Bush took office only days after his predecessor Bill Clinton let an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal slip through his fingers, in an attempt to offset his pathetic response to Al Qaeda's 1998 attacks on American embassies in East Africa.
Does General Electric feel pangs of parental neglect in letting the deal slip away from Universal?
And to Joan, who saw a certain deal slip through her fingers.
The Republicans seemed poised to let a balanced budget deal slip away.
In a speech before a Joint Session of Rhode Island State Legislators, Ambassador Bruton said that if we let a Doha deal slip away ".
To compensate for that front-loading of commitments, Tehran expects to see its frozen assets abroad returned and the embargo lifted -- straightaway- The negotiators and interlocutors on both sides of the talks have come too far to let a deal slip away.
Unable to let the deal slip away I just guessed at the answer.