Try to talk to everyone at the event and if you arrive at an issue you disagree on, politely agree to differ
To achieve this, he'll have to go beyond images and symbols." That means Macron must, like Canadian premier Justin Trudeau, agree to differ
on central issues but smile sweetly in public at the White House occupant.
I have checked my facts and there is nothing wrong with them so we shall have to agree to differ
We agree to differ
on the parts that we do not agree.
"What is certain is our club and the Association have to share it and while we may agree to differ
on certain things, I hope going forward we can have a positive relationship."
Boyd said: "I'll agree to differ
with him on that - I always thought there was something wrong with Aiden's eyesight!
They'll talk about it and argue about it until the cows come home and, if they can't persuade you to their way of thinking, they'll agree to differ
and move on to the next topic.
Now at this point a women might have said, "ah well, let's agree to differ
," or even, "fair point."
So when Thompson explained the mathematics of the redundancy scheme, (delay would have cost an extra PS1m a month) the chairman could only answer: "We'll have to agree to differ
We're keeping things civil in the studio but I can see thunderclouds on the horizon if we don't agree to differ
It''s good to have friends overseas and at times we may expect to agree to differ
. But surely we don''t have to break up when honest partners come to different, honest conclusions?
Few are going to be able to resist the power of your point, but even if they do, you can agree to differ
. Call for more...
"If he says yes, obviously we will have to agree to differ
and if he says no, then you'd have to ask the question 'why not?"'
"But surely," I pleaded, "We can agree to differ
until the general election campaign is over?" "Who the hell cares about the election?" said Iain the landlord.
But in a separate interview with Russia s Interfax news agency, Fedotov said the two sides would essentially have to agree to differ
on a string of disputes.