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concur

suit

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agree on something

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agree to something

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to respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance

to come to an understanding or to terms

to be compatible or in correspondence

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Moreover, Kenseth had personally executed a contingent fee agreement with class counsel, agreeing to pay for their services.
This club membership could be opened to China at any time immediately upon the Chinese government's agreeing to the virtual "exchange of keys" to intervention.
Said Tim Kean, "The anticipation of the 9/11 anniversary, the talk of war and you had most corporations and businesses saying that we need to see and wait what happens before we move ahead on anything." Recalled Bob Emden, "When people saw the toppling of the statue as we were eating away at the Iraqis, we started to feel better; the phones were ringing a bit more." Agreeing was Bruce Sinder, "I think we were just starting to recover a little bit from 9/11 when the market became stifled again, just with the anticipation of the war with Iraq.
You'll need a game plan to negotiate what you want, including establishing a timeline and agreeing on productivity expectations.
The IRS later acquiesced, agreeing such a reduction is valid.
The same statement, were asked about their parents, with 46.5% agreeing or strongly agreeing that taking dietary supplements would be supported for general health reasons, and 36% would be supported for taking dietary supplements to improve sports performance.
There is a split in the courts, however, as to whether legal impossibility is a defense to conspiracy.(6) It surely would be a manifest injustice if a court convicted someone of conspiracy for agreeing to do something that is not a violation of the law.