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to accept officially

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approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation

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63) The Liability Working Group is hopeful that a ratifiable document will be ready for a vote at this 2010 meeting in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
So far attitudes have been far from sensible, with the single ratifiable decision being to hold another meeting tonight.
Or one could insist that rational choices must be ratifiable (a la Jeffrey 1983 or Sobel 1996), and that the act of maximal expectation might not be.
Thus, the decisions made in Bonn to make the Kyoto Protocol ratifiable will also pose new opportunities and challenges for forest plantation development and management.
In fact, we require that the international negotiators choose a ratifiable offer that lies on their Pareto frontier when such an agreement exists.
Naturally, Hazlitt did not intend to overturn empiricism simply to install a hegemony of reason in its place; it is rather that in struggling to free himself from the language of empiricism, he experimented with the notion of certain faculties (or working relations between faculties) which might not be ratifiable by sense-experience.
So "what we have here is not ratifiable by the Senate," says Sen.
MacSharry utilized the Uruguay Round crisis, the EC budget crisis, and the growing pressure from diverse domestic groups in the various member states to achieve a ratifiable reform of the CAP.