accepting


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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.
The pizza chain, which caters to the Latino community in five states, began accepting pesos for payment on Monday.
Tony Malkin; Mitchell Konsker and Alexander Chudnoff, Cushman & Wakefield, accepting the Most Innovative Deal Award.
Corporate holders of troubled obligations should carefully consider the effect of any potential debt retirement before accepting property in satisfaction.
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.
In accepting his child's death, King David shows that he has faith in a loving, merciful God.
They don't see the organization's reasons for layoffs as different from an individual's reasons for accepting a better deal elsewhere.
But the question was: Would any camp director consider accepting T.
People were generally more accepting of increased cost than they were of longer waits and reduced opportunities to choose their physicians.
By initially accepting both true and false ideas, the volunteers apparently thought in a Spinozan fashion, Gilbert asserts.