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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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Chances are that your curbside recycling program accepts more types of paper these days than just flattened cardboard boxes and newspapers.
Once a company is in the supplier-enrollment database, other customers who may not have known about the products or services--and who may have gone elsewhere--may take a closer look based on the fact that the company accepts the purchasing card," says Rice.
The taxpayer also agrees to the offset of any refunds due for prior years and the tax year during which he accepts the offer.
F, also would be allowed to accept 10 tons of sewer sludge every day and to handle asbestos, a suspected carcinogen.
The new policy statement clearly states that the Service will accept an offer if the amount offered reasonably reflects collection potential.
Jeff Weiss and Jonathan Hughes (1) argue that to maintain and foster collaboration an organization must accept and actively manage conflict.
The company is participating in a project spearheaded by the Mexican Banking Association that will increase the number of retail outlets that accept credit cards with the hopes that Blue catches on as it did in the United States.
Professor John Shine accepts the award for The Garvan Institute.
On the fifth question: Abu Rayhan said: I am either not aware of these sayings or they are inconsistent with each other, or whoever accepts them is declaring that the Creator, may He be Praised and Exalted, is unable to create universes beyond this one.
ENI)--The Church of England will be "increasingly isolated and anachronistic" unless it accepts women as bishops, a house of bishops working party which looked into the issue of women in the episcopate has concluded.
1271 may be implicated any time a creditor accepts less than full value for a debt or a portion thereof.
When a corporate tax manager accepts absolute responsibility for the actions of his or her department, he or she will find it necessary to organize the tax department in a manner that eliminates errors and ethical violations.