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The Great Unwritten Contract idea only makes sense if entertaining consumers actually persuades them to buy more.
In this case, the unwritten contract in which the samurai and local elite were given control over the fruits of the peasantry's labor in return for protection and survival was no longer being fulfilled by the samurai.
A serious breach of the unspoken, unwritten contract that must exist among all well-meaning people is the abuse of a dancer's trust.
Just make sure that we have an understanding -- an unwritten contract -- 'don't exploit us, we'll work with you; exploit us and you can't imagine the bothersomeness we can be to you.
3 million payout, a UO spokeswoman said that the two had met last July, discussed Bellotti's employment conditions and come to an oral agreement that amounted to a binding but unwritten contract, and that the payout was a fulfillment of that obligation.
He felt that the network had an unwritten contract with the audience, and he felt the pressure to live up to it.
Or I'll see the place obviously not being loved like we loved it - and I'll feel a certain regret, realizing the new folks have broken the unwritten contract of homeowners.