Compromiser [noun]

Definition of Compromiser:

person who settles dispute

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Both the UK and the EU want to avoid this no-deal scenario, but as more and more self-imposed deadlines pass, the real one is getting closer — without any clear sign of compromise.

Given this dynamic, Bevington says, there ought to be plenty of room for compromise.

There was in fact no compromise of the system, even though word of an attack spread like a small wildfire.

The compromise includes a proposed licensing system to track and manage vacation rentals, a limit on the volume of whole-home vacation rentals the city can license and policies to address long-running quality of life issues such as noise and parking.

I’ve thought of these experiences lately, as I’ve followed news about Congress’s inability to find a compromise on a second national stimulus package.

If we have to meet synchronously we make sure there’s always a compromise.

One could, given this logic, make the argument that removing the filibuster might actually encourage compromise.

In one case, according to a criminal complaint unsealed on Wednesday, the account compromises resulted in explicit photos of one of the NFL players being posted to his Twitter and Instagram accounts.

The inability to get another compromise stimulus package signed into law spells bad news for the more than 25 million Americans still receiving unemployment benefits.

The technology “provides our security analysts with actionable outputs and enables us to remain current with threats and indicators of compromise,” Mahmood says.