done deal


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done deal

n.
Something that has been conclusively or irrevocably decided, determined, or accomplished: "Skeptics know it is far too early to declare the rebuilding project ... a done deal" (Viv Bernstein).
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Det Gda Frank Browne told Ennis District Court: "This was a scam for want of a better word, around Done Deal.
I fear it is a done deal but we are not going quietly.
Alpesh Mistry, of Molson Coors, added: "The launch of Done Deal is yet another extension of our long-term partnership with Sky and a further investment in the UK pub trade.
However, despite what you may have heard elsewhere, this is not a done deal.
It was a done deal The infrastructure of the regional assembly rolls out regardless of the NO vote.
The Forever Wild board of directors must then approve the purchase, but that doesn't mean it's a done deal.
I'm not yet in a position to reveal the name of the new owner, but I can say that her sale is pretty much a done deal and that I'd be delighted to keep her right through until she retires to stud.
Although the House still had to act on three unrelated amendments that the Senate tacked to the bill at the last minute, at press time the student aid cuts were a done deal in the legislation that was expected to go to the White House in January for President Bush's signature.
Welsh rugby chiefs today maintained a cool stance on the prospect of the new Rainbow Cup, by insisting: 'It's not a done deal at the moment.
Boxing: Audley Harrison (pictured) has dismissed claims his fight with British heavyweight champion Matt Skelton is a done deal.
There is no point in meeting to listen to their done deal.