WTN

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AcronymDefinition
WTNWilliston (Amtrak station code; Williston, ND)
WTNWilling to Negotiate
WTNWatertown (Wisconsin)
WTNWherever the Need (various locations)
WTNWorld Tibet News
WTNWitney Talking News (West Oxfordshire, England, UK)
WTNWorking Telephone Number
WTNWinetasting Network (Napa, CA)
WTNWorld Television Network
WTNWright Technology Network
WTNWorld Timber Network
WTNWine Tasting Network (Services; Napa, California)
WTNWomens' Television Network (Canada)
WTNWaste Transfer Notice (recycling; UK)
WTNWho's To Know? (land surveyors)
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"He is still engaged in self-contradictory statements like being willing to negotiate but dictating preconditions that render negotiations impossible," Sison said.
BEIRUT: Eight Lebanese servicemen held hostage by Daesh (ISIS) are in good health and the militant group is willing to negotiate with the Lebanese government for their release, a Lebanese source who is following up the case said Wednesday.
His talks with Nike are the first positive signs that the retail magnate, who owns Sports Direct, is willing to negotiate with the company.
is willing to negotiate with the EC or have officials from Boeing and Airbus discuss the matter directly.
Northwest Airlines would be willing to negotiate with its flight attendants, the airline said on Wednesday (2 August).
A PO spokesman said management were willing to negotiate but stressed the business was losing pounds 2million a day.
Often creditors are willing to negotiate payments during the lawsuit phase, but this is typically the last attempt to resolve the debt.
"It is my understanding that Extell is willing to build on scale with the surrounding neighborhood, Extell is willing to do more affordable housing if it gets the same subsidies as Forest City Ratner, Extell is willing to negotiate a labor agreement with the community and Extell is willing to hire minority and women-owned businesses," James said.
However, it is believed the Hibs are willing to negotiate over the player, who has a little over 18 months left on his current deal.
The more open the medical practice is with the hospital, the more likely the hospital will be willing to negotiate.
Young said the banks were willing to negotiate with the utilities so they could absorb the cost.
taxpayers providing such groups "direct assistance that can be used for humanitarian and entrepreneurial activities." Also, "our government will offer scholarships in the United States for Cuban students and professionals who try to build independent civil institutions in Cuba, and scholarships for family members of political prisoners." And, the administration is "willing to negotiate direct mail service between the United States and Cuba."