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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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Start small and build up to accepting the bigger difficulties in life.
You may accept that you are submissive to unacceptable behaviours but you should not call yourself an accepting person.
Perception is important; accepting a free cup of coffee may be harmless.
But beliefs can be created merely by passively accepting information without attempting to analyze it.
Nationally, she said, less accepting denominations include Southern Baptists, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Seventh-Day Adventists, Assemblies of God, the Church of God in Christ and large segments within Roman Catholicism.
This can be carried a step further, when considering the following: (1) nowhere in the Code or regulations is "physical inventory count" defined, (2) a "sound accounting system" for tax purposes is closely aligned with GAAP, (3) sound accounting systems are more accepting of estimates, (4) perpetual inventory methods are becoming more accurate, (5) Sec.
If the member does not remove him- or herself from the engagement voluntarily and the firm subsequently discovers that he or she considered accepting or accepted the position during his or her participation in the attest engagement, the firm should consider what, if any, additional procedures may be necessary to ensure the member's work was performed objectively and with integrity.
Mel Gibson was frisky and danced a jig when accepting the award for favorite motion picture actor, but Julia Roberts was a no-show for her 11th motion picture actress honor.
Acceptance includes accepting dividends, interest or rent from the property or pledging it as security for a loan.
Whether these same clubs are interested in accepting more than one or two blacks is the issue today, six years after Thompson's remarks became a watershed event.
Accepting the award on behalf of Teacher's Insurance and Annuity Association of America was Gerard R.
The IRS should emphasize to revenue officers that accepting offers does not constitute a "giveaway" program for taxpayers