租界, 居留地, 譲歩, 交譲, 利権
Noun(1) a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business(2) the act of conceding or yielding(3) a point conceded or yielded
(1) Pollock uses the prominent slashes of Blue Poles to reintroduce the conventional notion of figure and ground into his work, but without making any concession to traditional concepts of perspective.(2) Another factor, though, is the fact that the Musee is a privately held concession , not a non-profit.(3) The Airport Authority envisages a 10-year concession for the 12 hectare site, which is earmarked for a business centre in the long-term.(4) The last solution consists of the concession of exclusive property rights to new knowledge creators.(5) A free shuttle circulates around the race track, stopping at all of the concession stands and souvenir shops.(6) She has, reluctantly, made one concession to time.(7) The addition of the software has been viewed as a concession to copyright holders.(8) Lines and Concessions created blocks of 1000 acres each, which divided into five settler lots each of 200 acres, though at the fourth concession the irregular Lake front created lots of various sizes.(9) Conciliation is not capitulation, nor is compromise to be deemed equivalent to imbalanced concession .(10) The current Privatisation Act says that no concession may be extended without specifically applying for a related tender.(11) On April 8, the Cabinet granted a 35-year concession to a Danish company, Copenhagen Airports.(12) Muji's only concession to the festive season is that Pinlights become available in white or berry colours for indoor use.(13) The requirement for a concession could affect the control necessary to protect both the natural environment and the experience of that environment for the people who go there.(14) Sneakers operates the two sports-theme restaurants in Jacksonville as well as concession stands at Alltel Stadium.(15) In 1933 Standard Oil of California obtained a concession from the founder of modern-day Saudi Arabia King Abd Al-Aziz Ibn Saud.(16) They proposed that the law should stipulate that a concession on an airport must not become subject to monopolisation, and therefore only parts of the airport should be granted on concession .
(1) make a concession :: 譲歩を作ります
1. compromise ::
2. admission ::
3. surrender ::
4. reduction ::
5. stand ::
6. right ::
7. grant ::
Different Formsconcession, concessional, concessionary, concessions
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