A little unsettling, sure, but certainly not a deal-breaker
The school district's decision was considered to be a deal-breaker
for Glens Falls.
Also, amenities will become a deal-breaker
since 70% of consumers would book elsewhere if there was no air conditioning at the accommodation, according to the survey.
The fact that he is yet to lead his country to win is a deal-breaker
for many fans in this argument.
It seems the idea that a directly-elected mayor for our part of the world - a must-beincluded element of any devolution agreement as far as the Conservatives are concerned - may not be a deal-breaker
' "Austerity is the only deal-breaker
," Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis wrote in a Project Syndicate blog entry.
While companies like ArcelorMittal, Rio Tinto, Essar Steel and JSW Steel responded to the tenders, several of the respondents sought assured offtake of production in proportion to their equity stake for their own captive consumption, which proved to be a deal-breaker
Kwik Fit's study also revealed that for almost half of all potential buyers, an incomplete service history is a deal-breaker
, as they would not even consider purchasing a vehicle without it.
7m) from shedding the business and a disagreement on such a price could prove a deal-breaker
, the sources told the agency.
also might be a big engine or transmission problem.
The problem is, every time we start to disagree he brings up the rule - to him, it's a deal-breaker
But he said: "Worst-case scenario we are five points off - it's not a deal-breaker
Ladies: If your boyfriend says he completely doesn't identify with Coop, then that's a deal-breaker
However, the clash is not considered a deal-breaker
on geographical grounds and, with the Henlow event starting six days earlier, first round eliminations there could still be entered for the Sunderland competition.
Luckily there is something you can do to improve body odour so this doesn't have to be a deal-breaker
- all you need to do is pluck up the courage to discuss it.