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tolerating without protest

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A common barrier to acceptance is the myth that accepting a difficult situation means that you condone or approve of it but that's not the case.
However, most people confuse being accepting for being submissive.
said that he had not heard of any other chain in Southern California accepting pesos.
You may learn that it has started accepting a wider range of plastics than you thought.
Everywhere Mirinda Jackson turns she sees minority small business owners who don't realize the value of accepting purchasing cards from their customers, mainly the federal government and large corporations.
Tony Maikin; Scott Pudalov, CBRE, accepting Most Deals Leased Award; and Kevin Taylor, Robin Hood, accepting a $5,000 donation given on behalf of CBRE.
Beginning in processing year 2005 (for 2004 tax year returns), e-file began accepting returns with Married Filing Separate status for community property states.
The court has asked the parties to submit briefs addressing whether the court has the authority to enjoin or prevent SPSA from accepting construction and demolition debris should the court conclude that SPSA is not allowed to accept such debris either from Bay Disposal or under the circumstances of this case.
Example 2: The facts are the same as in Example 1, but instead of accepting property in year 1, X charges off the worthless portion of the note ($950,000) and claims a Sec.
In truth, however, there is no inconsistency in accepting that mistakes will occur while building a system based on assuming absolute responsibility for mistakes.
At Emory University in Atlanta, gay students enjoy an accepting environment once thought impossible at the school with long-standing ties to the United Methodist Church.
Furthermore, by accepting the Partition Resolution of 1947, Israel has also accepted a Palestinian state.
Christina Rees, its chairwoman, dismissed Forward in Faith's claims with contempt: "The overwhelming majority of people have welcomed and are accepting women's ministry.
With no compromise for crime and with relentless prosecution of criminals, I will enforce the law courteously and appropriately without fear or favor, malice or ill will, never employing unnecessary force or violence and never accepting gratuities.
Accordingly, he should cease from participating in the firm's business prior to accepting the position.