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  • n. Plural form of deal.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of deal.


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  • As for the label deals, this business works on percentages; you split revenue with the label for sales, and typically labels make 65 to 70 percent of the retail price.

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  • But we're hearing that the label deals imeem had negotiated have expired, so MySpace may not have had many other options.


  • He will rule out plans for a major purchase, although "bolt-on acquisitions" are on the cards, which he defines as deals worth less than $10bn.

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  • Hawkgirl 64 - Walt Simonson's current storyline in this title deals with what seems to be an obvious plan, given the reincarnation history of the Hawks; Hawkgirl is out to destroy the cycle by getting rid of Hath-Set.

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  • The company declined to comment on the funding reports or on any of its label deals.

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  • The idea being that the equity Shares stay within the organisation and instil a long term approach to risk management rather than short term deals that result if quick but unsustainable profits.

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  • As for signing young players to long-term deals, that is a big money saver.


  • Imeem has renegotiated its label deals to allow it to focus more on a revenue per user goal than a pay per stream.


  • "My title deals with addiction, but it also has to do with filling that place with Jesus and thirsting after Him."

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  • Microsoft renegotiated its label deals so that now, for the same $15 a

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