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Synonyms for accede

to respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance

Synonyms for accede

yield to another's wish or opinion

take on duties or office

to agree or express agreement

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The Prime Minister said that the Sindh government has acceded to the federal government's request to withdraw cess on import of raw material by the units in the Zone.
Under a safeguard clause, agreed to by China when it acceded to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in December 2001, the U.
Elizabeth II, who acceded on February 6, 1952, overtakes Edward III, who was proclaimed King on January 25, 1327 and died on June 21, 1377, reigning for 50 years and 148 days.
In the '80s, just as she was being "postmodernized" in the early work of Philip Taaffe, Riley acceded to modernist orthodoxy by playing down perceptual illusionism and spatial activation in vertical stripe paintings (like Samarra, 1984, at Dia, or Blue Quiver, 1983, at PaceWildenstein) whose intricate color sequences and rhythms are virtuosic but lack the visceral grip of her previous work.
Watkins's realization that pretense and masking may backfire and merely reaffirm racist stereotypes--"for many of [the white students], the Screaming Niggers remained caricatures, confirmed members of an alien class who, however talented, encouraged and happily acceded to the role of amusing, one-dimensional exotics"--is deferred until the end of Dancing with Strangers, a remarkable memoir of the former New York Times Book Review editor's experiences as a boy struggling to navigate the labyrinth of race relations in the mid-twentieth-century American Midwest and later as a student at an elite eastern university attempting to come to terms with his identity as an African American.
For 20 years, she had acceded to McLaren's more subdued appetite for colour.
Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) acceded to Governor Angus King and a strong industry lobbying effort in denying Carle's 1993 listing petition.
The strike ended in a stalemate - no agreement was reached but some owners acceded to the UMW's demands.
Slovenia acceded to both NATO and the EU in the spring of 2004, and controls some of Europe's major transit routes.
Contract notice:Passed as a central market, has been the regular delivery of office supplies for, paper and printing supplies (3 lots) at ucl and other powers authorities acceded to the central markets.
The participants called upon Governments that had not yet acceded to the Treaty to accede to it and called upon all parties to continue to participate in its activities.
Pakistan acceded to CEDAW in February 1996 that was adopted by the UN General Assembly on December 18, 1979.
Australia on Saturday acceded to a nonaggression pact of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, in a reversal of its previous reluctance to do so partly for fear it would undermine its alliance with the United States.
Besides Malaysia, the other countries that have ratified or acceded to the Cape Town Treaty to date are Ethiopia, Ireland, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Panama and the United States.
That seems to be the message from the Police Commission, which has acceded to Chief William Bratton's request to buy lightweight flashlights - at a cost of $500,000 - for all Los Angeles Police Department officers.