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  • n. one to whom an offer is made


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  • I can't imagine any other way of offering...and I don't think it would make much difference because blunt or no blunt, I promise you the "offeree" doesn't care!

    Question #1

  • While, the person to whom the offer is made is called the 'offeree' and the person who accepts the offer is called the 'acceptor' ....


  • If through necessity or fear of a worse evil the workman accept harder conditions because an employer or contractor will afford him no better, he is made the victim offeree and injustice….

    Opposing the Austrian Heresy

  • A Rule 68 offer can change the financial stakes of the litigation: "if the judgment finally obtained by the offeree is not more favorable than the offer, the offeree must pay the costs incurred after the making of the offer."

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • They are willing to sacrifice their own financial gains in order to punish the offeree for his greed.

    The Kind of Worker I Am

  • "If we can delay things long enough for the DA's office ruling, and if the DA's office ruling finds that it was justifiable use offeree, then yes, I think we can win."


  • The center would be unreachable except for avenues offeree that radiated spokelike from it and joined the outer island with the inner.

    Time Streams

  • "So the great marshal will use every tool offeree necessary."

    Fall of Angels

  • Or because he disliked the use offeree to solve everything, even when he was guilty, or more guilty than just about anyone, of employing it?

    Fall of Angels

  • "We'll also have to make a show offeree when this Skiodra shows up."

    Fall of Angels


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