- v. present participle of accede.
“Writing on O'Reilly Radar, preeminent legal scholar Pamela Samuelson cuts through the distractions associated with the Google Book Search/Authors Guild settlement and goes right to the heart of the matter: Google, in acceding to the Authors Guild's requests, have attained a legal near-monopoly on searching and distributing the majority of books ever published.”
“With many Moldovans potentially "acceding" to the EU as individuals, and lots of Transdniestrians likewise "entering" Russia, what does this mean for Moldova?”
“a "confederated Government," and to the several States as "acceding," or signifying their "accession," to it, in ratifying the Constitution.”
“The High Sun, however, believes that he can best serve his people by meeting the Kristianos in peace and acceding to their demands.”
“Jean-Claude Trichet, president of the ECB, led the campaign against acceding to a Greek default.”
“While acceding to negotiate with Lewis at Roosevelt's request, GM obtained a judicial "writ of ejectment" on Feb. 5, 1937.”
“Those giving legal opinions need to understand that they will be held accountable for taking the easy path, and acceding to whatever a president commands.”
“The arrests have been widely interpreted as part of a series of retaliatory moves aimed at pressuring Japan into acceding to Beijing's demands over the islands issue.”
“Now, if lionesses held a grudge, and tried to get some revenge on the new Lion King by merely not acceding his advances, or not taking care of his new kids, this strategy wouldn't be common.”
“The Papacy recognizes this new state of affairs, forcing the French into acceding to the new state of affairs.”
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