How to use quid pro quo in a sentence

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Ideally, a couple will have fallen into a pattern not so much of nickel-and-dime quid pro quo, but rather, a more natural exchange of, let's say, in-kind donations.
The Budapest document makes sense historically only as a quid pro quo agreement resting upon American credibility to act.
The misunderstanding of the word or the quid pro quo is the unintentional pun, and is related to it exactly as folly is to wit.
There is no such thing as free lunch and relations between countries were guided by their national interests and based on a quid pro quo.
Another responded implying the possibility of going forward with an interview if a homosexual quid pro quo might be discussable.
Section 170 states that quid pro quo donations, for which a taxpayer receives something in return, are not deductible.
Traditionally, once the conduct was determined to be based on gender, it then would be categorized as either quid pro quo sexual harassment or hostile work environment.
A secret US military agreement to arm Saudi Arabia was the quid pro quo.
However, what they propose would breach the agreed Council position of quid pro quo replacement of open space which they voted for less than 10 months ago.
Commutative justice relates to the exchange of one thing for another, and is bottomed on the principle of something for something, or as the lawyers say, quid pro quo.
An in house team at Mack-Cali previously handled leasing in the building, but a source revealed that the company may be handing off the assignment as part of a quid pro quo.
The quid pro quo for the Washington audience was Dominican choreographer Carlos Veitia's compelling Hispaniola, performed by Ballet Clasico's Isbell Piedra and Elvis Guzman.
Follow-up album Quid Pro Quo included a new version of the band's 1986 hit In The Army Now, in support of the Help for Heroes charity campaign.
Assured of his first champion trainers' title, Nicholls can land a treble with Blu Teen, Quid Pro Quo and Earl of Forestry.
The company's Quid Pro Quo and Executive Link products are truly the silver bullets that sales organizations have been looking for.
Having won the Arthur Ellis Award for Juvenile Crime Fiction, and been nominated for the Edgar Allen Poe Award, Quid Pro Quo is now in its third printing.
Examples from Classical Literature
It is on the legal principle of quid pro quo, a consideration for a consideration.
But the possibility of such a quid pro quo had left her undisturbed.
But you must know that I shall have at least my quid pro quo.
There is no longer any quid pro quo for her alliance with France.
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