I don't disagree with you

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The way by which a risk manager gently declines a sensible request to remove a patently absurd term which roadblocks every negotiation in your portfolio, but which has been in your template for years.

Closely related expression, courtesy of those wonderful Game of Thrones people:

Everything before the word “but” is horseshit


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