Definition of Counterdemands
1. counterdemand [n] - See also: counterdemand
Lexicographical Neighbors of Counterdemands
Literary usage of Counterdemands
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cicero of Arpinum: A Political and Literary Biography Being a Contribution by Ernest Gottlieb Sihler (1914)
"They were now bringing impossible counterdemands from Antony in the North. Servius died during this winter tour, in the public service. ..."
2. The History of Nations by Henry Cabot Lodge (1906)
"Meanwhile he sent an ultimatum to Rome, in which he dropped all counterdemands, offered to resign Transalpine Gaul and dismiss eight of his ten legions, ..."
3. Papers and Proceedings of the Annual Meeting by American Economic Association (1915)
"... in which President Wilson intervened. When the employees presented their demands, the railways canceled existing schedules and made counterdemands. ..."
4. The Book Collector's Guide: A Practical Handbook of British and American by Seymour de Ricci (1921)
"896; £ 9 Huth (June 1912, n. 2461) russia, by Bedford. DRAKES (Thomas) Ten counterdemands propounded to those of the Separation. N. p., nd . 4°. ..."
5. The French Revolution and Religious Reform: An Account of Ecclesiastical by William Milligan Sloane (1901)
"Consalvi diplomatically ignored all that was passing before his eyes, and drew up a memorandum repeating the papal counterdemands already made by Spina—viz. ..."
6. Regulation of Railways: Including a Discussion of Government Ownership by Samuel Orace Dunn (1918)
"In 1914 the engineers and firemen of the railways west of the Mississippi river made demands upon the companies, and the companies made counterdemands. ..."
7. Trade Unionism and Labor Problems by John Rogers Commons (1921)
"A single annual conference, at which were submitted by the conferees demands and counterdemands whose purport was known only to their sponsors, precluded, ..."