were unable to agree

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  • Following the election the parties were unable to agree on who should run the council.
  • After weeks of meetings they were unable to agree on a single design.
  • The deal later collapsed when the two sides were unable to agree terms.
  • He and the Kings were unable to agree on a new contract following the season.
  • Birmingham wanted to complete the deal but were unable to agree personal terms with the player.
  • The paper commented on how the members were unable to agree on the show itself.
  • Because the judges were unable to agree, no-one was eliminated this week.
  • The two men were unable to agree on the location, causing the project to collapse.
  • He was unable to agree terms with the Tyneside club though, and the deal fell through.
  • Four months after they formed, however, the group disbanded when members were unable to agree on operating procedure.
  • The villagers wished to change its name but were unable to agree on an alternative.
  • However, they were unable to agree on any one system and disbanded without issuing a report.
  • Consequently when their first child was born, they were unable to agree how the boy was to be baptized. Cited from The Life and Romances of Mrs. Eliza Haywood, by George Frisbie Whicher
  • Ultimately, the committee reported that they were unable to agree on a recommendation.
  • Forced sales generally occur because tenants are unable to agree upon certain aspects of the ownership.
  • They were unable to agree on a contract, and as a result he sat out the 1906 season.
  • However, politicians in the country were unable to agree to the details.
  • The jury for a long time were unable to agree. Cited from The Reminiscences Of Sir Henry Hawkins (Baron Brampton), by Brampton
  • Even after several hours' further deliberation, the jury were unable to agree.
  • Ultimately the two companies cancelled their plans, because they were unable to agree upon the details of how the venture would be operated.
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