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dicker with (one)

To haggle or negotiate with one. Don't dicker with me over the price of this mirror, bub—take it or leave it!
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dicker with someone (for something)

 and dicker with someone (over something)
to bargain with someone for something; to haggle with someone for something. I don't want to stand here dickering with you for a cheap trinket. I don't want to waste time dickering with them over a few dollars.
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Juniper Networks Australia regional vice president, Ralph Candiloro, added, We look forward to leveraging Dicker Datas years of knowledge and experience to develop compelling IT solutions that our customers can use to leverage the cloud and secure their workloads.
Previously, Dicker served on the board of directors of Aviv Centers for Living and is past member of the board with the Jewish Community Center of the Northshore and of the board of overseers of the Boston Children's Museum.
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THE OLD MAN and I had dickered hard over the "considerable dollars" price tag and I thought I had won hands down, but I soon learned I had been out of my league and that the man was anything but the boozy bumpkin I'd labeled him.
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Dicker, her mother, Alice (Flannagan-Dicker) Johnson and her brother, Robert all of Leominster.
HRW WELCOMES UGANDA'S POISTION Human Rights Watch (HRW) today welcomed the decision by Uganda to exclude Bashir from the summit "This is a welcome statement from the president of Uganda," Richard Dicker, international justice director at the New York-based group, told Agence France Presse (AFP).
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Dicker is a member of the faculty of the Department of Pediatrics, The Children's Hospital at Montefiore, Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
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HARD-WORKING Tony Dicker is an unsung hero at Seaton Burn College, according to colleagues.