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Synonyms for abide by

act in accordance with someone's rules, commands, or wishes

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30 ( ANI ): The newly appointed Governor of Meghalaya Ganga Prasad on Saturday said that he will work in harmony with all the political parties and abide by the Constitution while performing his duty in the new role.
BEIRUT: Beirut Governor Ziad Chebib Thursday urged local establishments to abide by noise restriction laws, the state-run National News Agency reported.
The Malaysia central bank has said that it is to abide by international regulations if the US asks for its assistance on 1MDB investigations.
Abu Dhabi Police urged motorists to abide by traffic laws in order to ensure their safety.
As for what position, I will abide by the Nacionalista Party)
They should abide by police guidance and instructions which were written in brochures and to be careful when they go for camping and taking the precautionary measures while selecting the best place to camp.
Davutoglu said Turkey should of course protect its benefits, "it does not mean refusing to abide by the resolutions of the UN Council.
Summary: Madrid - Spain called anew, on Monday, upon its nationals to abide by "the law in force" following the latest incidents caused by Spanish activists in Laayun.
The recent Meriden fiasco has got to reach the right conclusion for those who abide by the law or this country has spiralled totally out of control.
Summary: The ministry of Trade on Monday called merchants to abide by the new margin limits for wholesale and retail sales of blended Portland cement set in the executive decree of 22 July 2009.
Algiers, 24 August: The ministry of Trade on Monday called merchants to abide by the new margin limits for wholesale and retail sales of blended Portland cement set in the executive decree of 22 July 2009.
Asim has said that ministry of petroleum would abide by the Supreme Courts ruling over carbon tax.
abide by : to accept the terms of : obey <She was forced to abide by the rules.
The law abiding majority not only do not abide by the law they also do not believe in the value of laws and rules, shrugging them off in pursuit of their interests and desires.
Jodi Rell and the Connecticut legislature, the New London Development Corporation has apparently decided not to abide by a moratorium called for by both the Governor and legislature.