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Last seen on: –The Telegraph – QUICK CROSSWORD NO: 29,985 – May 12 2022s
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Random information on the term “Agree”:

A gentlemen’s agreement, or gentleman’s agreement, is an informal and legally-nonbinding agreement between two or more parties. It is typically oral, but it may be written or simply understood as part of an unspoken agreement by convention or through mutually-beneficial etiquette. The essence of a gentlemen’s agreement is that it relies upon the honor of the parties for its fulfillment, rather than being in any way enforceable. It is, therefore, distinct from a legal agreement or contract.

The phrase appears in the British parliamentary records in 1821 and in the Massachusetts public records in 1835. The Oxford English Dictionary cites P. G. Wodehouse’s 1929 story collection Mr Mulliner Speaking as the first appearance of the term.

A gentleman’s agreement, defined in the early 20th century as “an agreement between gentlemen looking toward the control of prices,” was reported by one source to be the loosest form of a “pool.” Such agreements have been reported to be found in every type of industry and are numerous in the steel and iron industries.

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