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Synonyms for assent

to respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance

the act or process of accepting

Synonyms for assent

agreement with a statement or proposal to do something

to agree or express agreement

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Employment Services Act (no 4 of 2014) assented and gazetted on 7 April 2014.
Furthermore, the internal consistency of Epictetus' psychology can be preserved if we interpret those passages not as stating that we will immediately and necessarily act accordingly (once we have considered that X is the correct course of action), but rather, that our action will not contradict the impression we have assented to when (and if) we eventually decide to act.
April 17, 2003) - to the Supreme Court of Florida and successfully argued that a successor employer can enforce a non-compete agreement signed with a former employer even when the agreement does not contain a successors and assigns clause and where the employees have not assented to its assignment.
The Basic Conditions of Employment Amendment Act (no 20 of 2013) which was assented and gazetted on 9 December 2013 and promulgated on 1 September 2014.
The alteration in the law touching the Succession to the Throne set forth in the Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom entitled 'His Majesty's Declaration of Abdication Act, 1936' is hereby assented to.
Government officials assented to the pact in January.
RE3W's board of directors concluded that RE3W should delay going public until a future date, to which TCX's board assented.
In the United Kingdom, the last instant of a monarch giving royal assent in person was in 1854 when Queen Victoria personally assented to several bills prior to proroguing Parliament.
Japonica Partners, the entrepreneurial co-investment firm that makes concentrated investments in underperforming global large caps, has benevolently assented to support CAKE, pro bono publico, in vetting managers.