counterdemand

counterdemand

(ˈkaʊntədɪˌmɑːnd)
n
a demand made in response to another demand
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See, for example, Thucydides's discussion of the first Spartan religious pretext for going to war and the Athenians' no less twisted religious counterdemand, at 1.
Instead, there is a phone call or two, an offer, counterdemand, new offer, and a "take it or leave it" new demand followed by a delay in response while the reserves are updated.
Stop obeying the edicts of the undemocratic EU, which are often stupid in the extreme and frequently counterdemand the previous orders to no purpose.
Burbank officials Tuesday issued a counterdemand they hope will end the long-running war over airport expansion, but in the process refused to back down from their requirement for a mandatory curfew as a condition of terminal growth.
Just as there is demand for consumer data among profiteers, so there is a counterdemand on the part of individuals to keep that information private.
Prime Minister-designate Tamam Salam is still holding talks to form a Cabinet, but a government is not expected to materialize soon in view the of demands and counterdemands of rival political parties.
The facility administrator through the negotiator may respond to the demands with counterdemands.
It is part of the action of rights to create counterdemands that
If the Siamese were ever to make concessions to France, Britain should then make counterdemands, perhaps for Kedah rather than just Raman.