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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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Once you have worked out what it is that you need to accept, the next step is to make a commitment to yourself that you are going to accept it.
You should accept that life is sometimes unfair and you are sometimes helpless facing its unfairness.
Gamm said this is the first time a multistate chain has opted to accept pesos.
Intervention involves distilling a culture throughout the organization that accepts conflict, understands the consequences of not intervening and does not accept avoidance and inaction when conflict inevitably occurs.
In San Francisco, where it became illegal to dump batteries in the trash as of February, all Walgreens stores accept old batteries.
The program allows small businesses to sign up to accept purchasing card payments.
This filing season will be the first year that the IRS will accept imperfect returns," said Keith Kershner, a stakeholder liaison specialist.
While dismissing the charge, the judge in the case noted in his opinion that at this stage of the case, he must accept all of Holland's allegations as true.
American Express is attacking a niche market with its [Blue] card, but while it wants to reach more of the population, it's still up against the perception that its brand is for a certain type of person and not everyone accepts it," says Polux E.
No one is obligated to accept that legislation; in fact, everyone is obligated to refuse to accept it.
On the seventh question: Abu Rayhan said: If you accept this as a given that the east of the heaven is the right, then the heaven ought to be all right and all left at the same time, because the east of each position is simultaneously the west of another; and it is inappropriate for one thing in one condition to be called by two names of opposite meaning.
The differences in the accept fraction should be taken into account when a new quality control system is developed.