A boutique real estate brokerage, Modus Vivendi
has carved out a niche listing its own product and specializing in multimillion-dollar residences.
They are aware of the threat that excessive political power poses to secure property rights, but see Putin and the oligarchs as having reached a modus vivendi
in which the oligarchs have felt secure enough in the last few years to restructure production units, modernise, invest, and behave like entrepreneurs.
So for a brief period there was a sort of modus vivendi
between the Shiites and the Salafi groups.
To accomplish this, Takeyh said, Iran must not only engage its immediate neighbours, but also reach "a modus vivendi
with the United States".
Armies and navies have had to fight together for centuries and had achieved a certain modus vivendi
Richard McBrien points out (see Page 16), if bishops place Catholic politicians in the impossible position of having to behave like spiritual leaders who possess absolute truth when they operate in an arena where compromise is the modus vivendi
Although the Koran frequently condemns Jews, it mandates a modus vivendi
with them, relegating them to an inferior but protected status.
and were arriving--maybe not as fast as some would have liked--at some kind of modus vivendi
Perhaps Andrea Carlino's fine study of Renaissance anatomy (that offers a parallel interpretation of how a modus vivendi
was worked out in Renaissance Rome to make dissection possible and acceptable) (l) appeared too late for her to consult (certainly, his articles were available).
Can the Ulster Unionist Party find a modus vivendi
Gallucci argues that engagement provides a potential avenue to "paving the way" to a modus vivendi
on the peninsula.
Bishara added: "A sort of modus vivendi
with Iraq was established which we didn't like.