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to free from a charge or imputation of guilt

to conduct oneself in a specified way

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"Acquiting Omnicare's infusion business allows us to expand into currently underserved markets, while also strengthening our position in existing markets."
Some of the disadvantages are that acquiting knowledge and skills through practices in class will take too much time by trial and error, and some uncorrected and uncontrolled habits and knowledge will persist to exist all their working life.
And with Quinlan acquiting himself so professionally against Italy and France he could look forward to continuing prosperity in the Six Nations.
Prior to any formal decision to enter into a merger agreement, the local bank spent $83,450 to (1) investigate the products, services and reputation of the acquiting bank, (2) ascertain whether the merger would be a viable business combination and (3) ascertain whether the proposed transaction would benefit the community.
By the time young Clarence Major began frequenting the Institute, Kuh had revolutionized the museum's annual surveys of contemporary art - which before had been chock full of the provincial and the pallid - and had begun an aggressive program of acquiting modem art for the museum.