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Perhaps we should split the difference on the policy question, too.
Why should he?" Ken Quinn: "Split the difference at PS325 million."
In her decision, Justice Matheson reviewed both parities appraised value of the property and effectively split the difference. The property owners will receive compensation $230,000 less than their requested asking price.
As Takizawa noted, Wolf Link gave Link a companion to play off of when you're going through the main overworld and the creative team split the difference when developing Link Wolf's behavior.
The review board decided to split the difference, coming up with a five-times-per hour standard, which, Morin said, would require some extra caulking and crack-filling but not a ventilator.
"We look at negotiation as a battle of reason and logic and think that somehow it's rational," says Chris Voss, a former FBI hostage negotiator and lead author of Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It.
At a time when half the cops wanted a 16-shot, 9mm "because of firepower," and the other half wanted an 8-shot, .45 "because of stopping power," the 12-shot, .40-caliber S&W 4006 exactly split the difference: More rounds than a six-shooter to satisfy firepower advocates, and a "4" in the designation to satisfy those who wanted harder-hitting handguns.
Shrewdly labeled a "graphic memoir" to split the difference, The Arab of the Future unflinchingly details the Sattoufs' lives as a young family living in Libya, France (Riad's mothers birthplace), and then Syria (Riad's fathers birthplace).
Grace, Terror, time to split the difference, change verb tense, shift the seed, revel in fence.
The employees in their turn had demanded an extra million from the communications and works ministry, but after negotiations, it was decided to split the difference.
In 2009, the regional committee asked the towns to split the difference between the two options.
At a time when audiences are more friendly to raunch-coms than to rom-coms, writer-director Leslye Headland tries to split the difference in "Sleeping With Other People." Essentially an updated "When Harry Met Sally ..." with texting (or, as Headland described the characters at the Sundance preem, "with a-holes"), two quippy New Yorkers spend more than 90 minutes trying to answer whether a man and a woman can be friends without romance entering the picture.
Then consider this: For the sake of argument, let's split the difference between the think tank numbers and say 8.9 million will suddenly find themselves without health insurance.
The challenges are to maintain and improve that focus and, when necessary, split the difference, fill in the gaps and refocus.