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According to the retailers surveyed, digital payments help mitigate challenges related to accepting only cash payments.
Imagine yourself standing at a fork in the road: one path leads to denying reality and the other leads to accepting reality as it is.
You may accept that someone has flaws and does you wrong but not to deal with that person and embrace his\her wrong deeds is not accepting, it is submission.
At the global level, younger generations are the most accepting of migrants, while older people are less accepting.
This information isn't meant to force us into letting go or accepting. It's more food for thought.
Corporate holders of troubled obligations should carefully consider the effect of any potential debt retirement before accepting property in satisfaction.
"Many mills used to accept filters, then they had to be crushed, then they had to be shredded or burned, then often they quit accepting them ,altogether," Hazelett says.
While directors can ease those concerns somewhat by securing adequate directors & officers insurance coverage as well as by retaining legal counsel and other experts to advise them, the liability is a reality prospective directors must weigh before accepting an invitation to join a board and its audit committee.
Furthermore, by accepting the Partition Resolution of 1947, Israel has also accepted a Palestinian state.
Accepting coots tended to lay fewer eggs, roughly one less per interloper egg.
Christina Rees, its chairwoman, dismissed Forward in Faith's claims with contempt: "The overwhelming majority of people have welcomed and are accepting women's ministry.
With no compromise for crime and with relentless prosecution of criminals, I will enforce the law courteously and appropriately without fear or favor, malice or ill will, never employing unnecessary force or violence and never accepting gratuities." (1)