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Accept

1. To honor. For example, a bank may accept a check by depositing it into the appropriate account.

2. To take delivery for a commodity, security, or anything else one previously bought.
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Accept 360 will save us time, but more importantly, the insight and knowledge Accept 360 enables will help to optimize our future product planning.
I was preparing to pay for my nephew's birthday presents, when the store clerk informed me that the store did not accept checks.
Cash offer: the offered amount to be paid within 90 days after the IRS accepts the offer.
Even if the candidate accepts a counteroffer and decides to stay put, keep in touch.
Crandell will craft and lead marketing strategy that enables Accept Software to build its expertise in integrated collaborative product management into global leadership through metrics-driven processes to enhance customer and partner relationships, expand revenue pipeline and increase profits.
Some curbside recycling programs, including New York City's, accept paperbacks, comic books and other soft-cover books.
which sets up companies to accept Visa and Mastercard purchases.
You must [also] say that light is a color that is accepted by air or a transparent body; I say the opposite of that, and that is that light can be seen on non-transparent bodies and cannot be seen on transparent [bodies], or what does not accept it.
However, women bishops do not follow automatically from the 1992 decision to accept women as priests, states the report, which presents practical and theological arguments both for and against women bishops, but makes no formal recommendations.
Thus, when a troubled obligation is held as a capital asset, a capital loss could arise if the corporate holder were to accept less than full value in retirement of the obligation.
When the issue is discovered on audit, the examining agent refuses to accept any correction reducing these lives.