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worthy of acceptance or satisfactory

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judged to be in conformity with approved usage

meeting requirements

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adequate for the purpose

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Fewer than two in 10 Americans (14%) say they found human cloning morally acceptable in the same survey.
For instance, as part of Adblock Plus, we offer Acceptable Ads (1), which is our compromise to better, more user-friendly ads.
On Pakistani schools, she said one has been graded as acceptable and the other is unsatisfactory.
At the moment I do not see how it can be in any way acceptable that with energy prices rising broadly 4% in terms of costs that the price to the consumer should rise by the 9-10% that we are hearing," he said.
It's not acceptable in the real world, and it's not acceptable on Twitter.
No, the FA's decision to ban Luis Suarez for eight matches was merely the upholding of the principle that any form of racial abuse is no longer acceptable in our game.
It is said that the proposal, that is thought to be prepared by mediator Nimetz, is acceptable for both sides and that the compromise agreement will happen this summer.
Wellington, Jan 12 (ANI): A new survey has shown that a lot of New Zealanders think it's more acceptable to download porn than to illegally download copyrighted material.
1 : worthy of being accepted <an acceptable excuse>
Cupcake--That's Not Acceptable Behavior: 27 Humorous Rules and Insights for Dealing With--and Parenting--Your Woman" is a guide to what happens after dating, the part where men are baffled by the strange behaviors of their mates.
It is not acceptable when local authorities are being asked to fork out an average of pounds 515 a week for each resident "looked after" by Southern Cross.
However, getting to 100 (or a reasonable retirement age) at an acceptable standard of living may prove to be more challenging than you might think.
In some countries, it is acceptable for PR practitioners to pay a journalist to write positively about a client.