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“Accept from the hands of our King the Prize that the Swedish”
“Inscriptions were common, such, for instance, as those which breathed the sentiment on a boxwood comb in the British Museum, which is inscribed in French: "Accept with goodwill this little gift"; it is a pretty piece of early work, dating probably from the middle of the sixteenth century.”
“In resolving the conflict you have many choices, including "Keep target version" (sometimes called "Accept Yours") or "Take Source version" (sometimes called "Accept Theirs").”
“He said he was listening to a metal music band called Accept earlier in the month when he went to tried to follow the group on the site.”
“So, as rare as this might be in the real world, it's as easy as clicking on the "Accept" button to create this online.”
“I guess my feeling was it would have been one thing if he'd been the one to set up the group and send out the invitations and such, but it seemed a bit of overkill to mete out equal treatment to those who received the invitation, thought to themselves "Oh, yeah ... that is one annoying laugh!" and clicked "Accept" without actually posting anything.”
“I visited the Terms & Conditions page and read through it but there is no "Accept" button to click on or any other way to agree to the Terms & Conditions.”
“I never actually love politicians, "Accept" would have been a better word.”
“I also found it quite irritating that the dashboard screen didn't engage the back-up camera until I clicked "Accept" on the screen's disclaimer.”
“(Clicks on "Accept") Pippa is now directly connected.”
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