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/ˈtrētē/,
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treaties, plural;
  1. A formally concluded and ratified agreement between countries


  1. a written agreement between two states or sovereigns
  2. A treaty is an agreement under international law entered into by actors in international law, namely sovereign states and international organizations. A treaty may also be known as: (international) agreement, protocol, covenant, convention, exchange of letters, etc. ...
  3. "Treaty" is a song by Australian indigenous music band Yothu Yindi, which is made up of Aboriginal and balanda (non-Aboriginal) members. Released in June 1991, "Treaty" peaked at No. 11 on the ARIA Singles Chart in September. ...
  4. The Treaty is a 1991 Irish historical television film directed by Jonathan Lewis.
  5. Treaties are considered agreements between two parties. Except for stack treaties and teams, treaties do not prevent combat from taking place between the parties.
  6. (Treaties) Agreements with other nations. There are several treaties that govern trademark rights, including: the Benelux system of registration, Paris Convention treaty, Trademark Registration Treaty, Madrid agreement, Madrid protocol, and the European Community Trade Mark (CTM). ...
  7. (Treaties) Executive proposals - in the form of resolutions of ratification - that must be submitted to the Senate for approval by two-thirds of the senators present. Treaties today are normally sent to the Foreign Relations Committee for scrutiny before the Senate takes action. ...
  8. (Treaties) Partitioning of the Ottoman Empire · Sykes-Picot • St.-Jean-de-Maurienne • French-Armenian • Damascus • Paris Peace Conference · Treaty of Brest-Litovsk · Treaty of Lausanne · Treaty of London · Treaty of Neuilly · Treaty of St. ...
  9. (Treaties) The functioning of the European Union is governed by treaties signed by all the member States of the Union and which define in precise terms the authority relinquished by the States to European institutions.
  10. Treaties are legal documents between government and a First Nations that confer rights and obligations on both parties. ...
  11. A negotiated agreement between a First Nation and the federal and provincial governments that spells out the rights of the First Nation with respect to lands and resources over a specified area. It may also define the self-government authority of a First Nation. ...
  12. a formal agreement between two or more countries.
  13. An agreement between a reinsurer and a ceding insurer setting forth details of the reinsurance arrangement.
  14. An agreement between First Nations and the Crown. Between 1871 and 1906, six "numbered" Treaties (Treaties 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10) covering what is now the Province of Saskatchewan were signed between the Crown and First Nations.
  15. Mutual agreement between the Assyrian king and an ally or vassal ruler, or between the king and his subjects, sealed by oath.
  16. Formal agreement(s) between certain Aboriginal peoples and the Government of Canada.
  17. – is a contract or compact between nations.  It is an agreement that is binding upon the nations that sign the treaty.  The United States Constitution says treaties are “the supreme Law of the Land. ...
  18. Legally binding agreement between two nations. United States treaties are generally negotiated by the President and must be ratifed by the Senate.
  19. Arabic 'Ahd The observance of treaties is enjoined in the Qur'an (Surah viii. 58, ix. 4) but if peace be made with aliens for a specified term (e.g. ...
  20. A legal contract defining the terms of the reinsurance arrangement signed by representatives of both parties.
  21. formally ratified agreement between political groups or states
  22. Formal agreement between states that defines and modifies their mutual duties and obligations; used synonymously with Convention and Covenant. ...
  23. an agreement which ceases to be when the parties come into conflict.
  24. Agreement or convention signed by two (bilateral) or more (multilateral) governments.