Definitions for "concession"
The act of conceding or yielding; usually implying a demand, claim, or request, and thus distinguished from giving, which is voluntary or spontaneous.
a point conceded or yielded; "they won all the concessions they asked for"
used in the context of negotiating, when it refers to an aspect of the sale which has a real or perceived value, that is given away or conceded by seller (more usually) or the buyer. One of the fundamental principles of sales negotiating is never giving away a concession without getting something in return - even a small increase in commitment is better than nothing.
A thing yielded; an acknowledgment or admission; a boon; a grant; esp. a grant by government of a privilege or right to do something; as, a concession to build a canal.
An admission by a player that he must lose some or all of the remaining tricks. (See claim.)
A privilege offered by the government to a person to use government owned land for commercial or other purposes.
A syndicates per-share compensation.
The per-share or per-bond compensation of a selling group for participating in a corporate underwriting.
Refers to the selling group's per-share or per-bond compensation in a corporate underwriting.
Keywords:  township, tier, lots, road, stretching
a one-mile wide band of Lots stretching across the county
a tier of township lots.
Strips of land making up a township, each separated by a road allowance.
Keywords:  luncheon, vouchers, bot, expiry, revert
Something which the Inland Revenue allows in practice, although it would not strictly be allowed under the terms of the tax legislation. For example luncheon vouchers of up to 15p per day are tax free under an Inland Revenue concession.
contract between the authority owning public service infrastructure (e.g. roads, power, water, telecommunications) to another party (usually private) allowing the latter to operate the public assets and retain the revenues for a specified period (usually 20-30 years). The contract typically requires the concessionaire to invest in extending or modernizing the assets, which revert to the authority at the expiry of the contract period. The operating company arranges its own finance, which does not appear on the authority's account (See BOOT and BOT).
Special terms offered by a seller of a property that are offered to get a higher price for that property.
a substantive, procedural, or psychological offer made by one party to another, which decreases the benefits requested by the offeror and rewards the other party.
A dedicated sales area for a specific brand/company product offer that is situated within a larger store. Concessions are usually found in department stores.
Keywords:  fdot, win, introduction, selected, pick
It will be the contract entered into by FDOT and the winning private sector proposer selected in a competitive bidding process.
An additional dividend. A concession is offered only on Doubles. In Doubles the "Concession Double" is paid when your selections win one leg and come second in the other. In Pick6, with the introduction of Percentage betting a concession is no longer paid when your selections win five of the six races.
In international law, a concession is a territory within a country that is administered by another entity than the state which holds sovereignty over it. This is usually a colonizing power, or at least mandated by one, as in the case of colonial Chartered companies.
Keywords:  cox, notify, crew, bad, behind
When a cox raises their hand to notify the crew behind that they had a bad start.
an unplayed game that is recorded as a loss but is not considered a forfeit
an official authorisation to operate in an area managed by the Department
A special right given to someone in return (usually) for a monetary consideration. For example, the right to mine a certain piece of land or to sell goods on a particular area of floorspace within a department store.
A concession is a business operated under a contract or license associated with a degree of exclusivity in exploiting a business within a certain geographical area. For example, sports arenas or public parks may have concession stands; and public services such as water supply may be operated as concessions.
Keywords:  noun
an application to waive the normal University rules
To voluntarily give up a demand for the purpose of settling a dispute.
Permission to use or release a product that does not conform to specified requirements.
an agreement between a municipality and service provider where the service provider is responsible for the management, operation, repair and maintenance of a particular service
Keywords:  wants, get, points, areas, one
Giving in on some points to get what one wants in other areas.