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unilateral

1. Law (of contracts, obligations, etc.) made by, affecting, or binding one party only and not involving the other party in reciprocal obligations
2. Botany having or designating parts situated or turned to one side of an axis
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Somebody please tell the Speaker and his congressmen followers that under a bicameral system, one chamber cannot unilaterally decide for both houses, not in the passage of the budget law, as in any piece of legislation and certainly not in revising or amending the constitution.
will incur damage vis--vis our allies if we unilaterally withdraw from the JCPOA.
It also unilaterally changed the loan repayment period without affording the right to revert to the previous state of affairs.
She said that Indus Water Treaty is an international treaty and India cannot revoke it unilaterally.
India could not revoke the Indus Water Treaty unilaterally, he added.
Hypothesis 2: Investors' negative emotions will be negatively correlated with their investment returns in a market with a unilaterally falling stock price.
Since oil is an economic product and the activities of OPEC are of economic nature, Iran's least expectation is that the OPEC members would issue a communique in support of Tehran against the unilaterally imposed western sanctions.
The ceasefire agreement is thought to be almost identical to that which ended Operation Cast Lead some four years ago: Israel will apparently unilaterally declare an end to the fighting, after which Hamas, other Palestinian factions will hold their fire as well, the Israeli paper added.
Cho made the remarks in response to a question on how South Korea would respond if Japan unilaterally takes the issue to the ICJ in The Hague.
November 18 2011 (TUR) -- Turkey's European Union (EU) minister and chief negotiator said on Friday that Turkey would not sit at the same table with the Greek Cypriot presidency of the European Union (EU) if the union unilaterally handed over its rotating presidency to the administration without a settlement in Cyprus.
KNOWSLEY council could face a legal challenge after it slashed mileage rates and reimbursement of parking charges, Trade union leaders from Unison accused the council of acting unilaterally and not discussing the changes with their representatives.
The letter also includes a copy of a resolution passed by the Venezuela company on February 3, 2011 which states that the MOC is unilaterally withdrawn.