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  • After extensive conversation with republicans in approving the current bailout, he aquiesced to two of their biggest concerns, only to have them whine about not being consulted. republicans ought to stop playing partisan politics and take responsibility for the last 8 years of terror on the American Citizenry.

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  • As a whole they have aquiesced to this status quo. on January 1, 2007 at 5: 37 am | Reply B.N. Wilson

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  • The waiter that I'd earlier hijacked reappeared to ask if we would like more bread to which we aquiesced, then disappeared, never to be seen again.

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  • In attempting to resolve this crisis, Britain and France compromised Czech independence and aquiesced to the partition of that country.

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  • When Prince Alexander of Battenberg aquiesced in his

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  • Whereas the RNC and the Republican Party have aquiesced to the distortion of the First Amendment of our Constitution by participating in removal of GOD from the public square instead of defending our Constitutional RIGHT to Freedom of Religion, not freedom FROM religion;.

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  • The POWS didn’t give up information — they aquiesced to being used for propoganda.

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  • Notice that the Clitnon Admin mad ethis argument in public, and then aquiesced to the Congress’s instructions.

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  • Even Mrs. Nichol aquiesced with a few deep sighs, assuring herself, "I suppose it's natural.

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  • typo for acquiesced

    May 16, 2009