• (noun): Method or manner of conduct in relation to others.
    Example: "Honest dealing"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on dealing:

Chaldean Mafia - Rise - Connections To The Street
... While gaining invaluable experience dealing with his uncle Louis, Harry was also exposed to a rougher side by his brother Bahaa described by the local police as the leader of a strong-arm gang of ... Another brother Dhia introduced Harry to drug dealing an activity which led to an 8½ to 20 year jail term being dropped in his lap in 1985 ... Following the conviction of two of his brothers, Harry began dealing small quantities of cocaine and weed ...
Letter To Me - Content
... he had as a teenager to give his more youthful self advice on dealing with various situations ... Among the experiences are dealing with the trauma of breaking up with a steady girlfriend after several months, breaking the habit of reckless driving and missing a much-anticipated ... The adult also guides his teen-aged self through dealing with older and wiser people, such as his family and teachers ...
... Self-dealing is the conduct of a trustee, an attorney, a corporate officer, or other fiduciary that consists of taking advantage of his position in a transaction and acting ... Self-dealing may involve misappropriation or usurpation of corporate assets or opportunities ... Self-dealing is a form of conflict of interest ...
Collective Investment Scheme - Generic Information - Advantages - Reduced Dealing Costs
... Dealing costs are normally based on the number and size of each transaction, therefore the overall dealing costs would take a large chunk out of the capital (affecting future profits) ...

More definitions of "dealing":

  • (noun): The act of transacting within or between groups (as carrying on commercial activities).
    Synonyms: transaction, dealings

Famous quotes containing the word dealing:

    When you’re dealing with monkeys, you’ve got to expect some wrenches.
    Alvah Bessie, Ranald MacDougall, and Lester Cole. Raoul Walsh. Captain Nelson, Objective Burma, giving a subaltern a mission (1945)

    The wisest thing a parent can do is to let preschool children figure out themselves how to draw the human figure, or solve a whole range of problems, from overcoming Saturday-morning boredom to dealing with a neighborhood bully. But even while standing on the sidelines, parents can frequently offer support in helping children discover what they want to accomplish.
    John F. Clabby (20th century)

    Since events are not metaphors, the literal-minded have a certain advantage in dealing with them.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)