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dealbreaker

A specific issue or thing that will cause an agreement, deal, or relationship to fail or be terminated. He told me he never wanted to have kids, which is a dealbreaker for me, so we decided to end the relationship then and there. The insurgency's insistence on maintaining a political presence was a dealbreaker for the truce negotiations.
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No wireless charging here but that's not a deal-breaker for most Yes, you can now bag a phone capable of using Google's incredible Night Sight photo mode for a pound less than PS400.
Yes, you can now bag a phone No wireless charging here but that's not a deal-breaker for most capable of using Google's incredible Night Sight photo mode for a pound less than PS400.
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While Moussatos acknowledges that lack of statistical significance is "annoying," she believes it is not a deal-breaker for approval.
'Terrorism is a deal-breaker; what is important is a bilateral conversation and that will happen when terrorism ends,' he added.
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Holding the peace talks here in the Philippines between the government and the communist rebels is surely a deal-breaker, a National Democratic Front (NDF) peace consultant said Tuesday.
A person has a claim-right to a piece of information if, and only if, (a) it concerns a deal-breaker for him; (b) it does not concern something that his partner has a strong interest in protecting from scrutiny, sufficient to generate a privilege-right; (c1) his partner is aware of the information to which his deal-breaker applies; or (c2) his partner ought to be held responsible for the fact that she is not aware of the information to which her deal-breaker applies; and finally, (d) he has not waived or forfeited his claim-right.
According to McLemore, a resident survey by Lincoln found that the only technologies that have reached deal-breaker status on signing a lease are Internet and cable service.
MANCHESTER UNITED'S hunt for PS60million Paris Saint-Germain star Marco Verratti has been stopped in its tracks - with the French side demanding Anthony Martial as the deal-breaker.
A little unsettling, sure, but certainly not a deal-breaker.
In what was described as a "deal-breaker", the reply from the scholars insisted that pearl divers should not break their fast during voyage in the vast ocean, a verdict which led Kuwaitis to work on their livelihood before Ramadan and after Eid Al-Fitr.
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.