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to accept officially

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approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation

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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.
National interests provide the guidelines used by those responsible for the implementation of our strategy, and the basis on which diplomats negotiate agreements in precise and ratifiable form.
David Burnett, Chairman of Tower Air's unit of ALPA, said, "Rather than commenting on why the tentative agreement was rejected, the Negotiating Committee and I are more interested in working with the company to obtain a ratifiable agreement.
Any attempt to prevent this international crucial agreement from getting under way in Bonn and making it ratifiable for everyone would be a serious political mistake,'' Schroeder said.
business helped to ensure that the treaty is strict enough to achieve its aims, yet broad enough to be easily ratifiable by all 174 Member states of the ILO, including the United States.