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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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It is worth mentioning that returning officers have accepted nomination papers of 72 candidates for National Assembly seats reserved for woman, whereas nomination papers of 165 candidates were rejected.
A total of 56 nomination papers were collected for 3 reserved seats of minorities in the provincial assembly, out of which 21 were accepted and 35 rejected.
In Central district, a total of 100 candidates filed their nomination papers on four NA seats and papers of 91 of them have been accepted. Candidature of nine aspirants has been rejected.
According to details, the nomination papers of PML-N disgruntled leader Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, PTI stalwart Ghulam Sarawar Khan, PML-N candidate Engineer Qamar ul Islam and independent candidate Col (retd) Ajmal Sabir have been accepted from NA-59.
The nomination papers of former interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, PTI's Ghulam Sarwar Khan, PML-N's Engineer Qamarul Islam and independent candidate Col (retd) Ajmal Sabir were accepted from NA-59.
Former minister of foreign affairs Khawaja Asif had his nomination forms accepted for NA-73 Sialkot.
Rs 455 billion, out of which State Bank accepted Rs 413.3 on pro-rata
News Wirral Council leader Cllr Phil Davies accepted the offer of a trip to New York this year for the City Leadership Initiative, offered by the Bloomberg Foundation
Although the majority of residents have since accepted compensation or moved to relocation sites, some holdouts remain.
Mistreat, disrespect and abuse should not be accepted and when you accept them, you are submissive not accepting.
But with the lightning rod that migration has become in most parts of the world, this will be a challenge even in countries where migrants are more accepted. For example, in the U.S., which is in the top 20 most-accepting countries for migrants, President Donald Trump's campaign pledge to build a wall to curb illegal immigration resonated with enough Americans to help get him elected.