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Synonyms for assent

Synonyms for assent

to respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance

the act or process of accepting

Synonyms for assent

agreement with a statement or proposal to do something

to agree or express agreement

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A similar pattern can be found in Epictetus' recourse to a more radical ellipsis, that is, when referring to the sequence of impression-assent-action, we find that, instead of stating that a certain agent did something because he assented to a certain impression, Epictetus merely states that he did it because he had that impression (cf.
Employment Services Act (no 4 of 2014) assented and gazetted on 7 April 2014.
So, with the passage of the Audit Bill, when assented to by Mr.
The Basic Conditions of Employment Amendment Act (no 20 of 2013) which was assented and gazetted on 9 December 2013 and promulgated on 1 September 2014.
In the United Kingdom, the last instant of a monarch giving royal assent in person was in 1854 when Queen Victoria personally assented to several bills prior to proroguing Parliament.
Japonica Partners, the entrepreneurial co-investment firm that makes concentrated investments in underperforming global large caps, has benevolently assented to support CAKE, pro bono publico, in vetting managers.
So, with the passage of the Audit Bill, when assented to by Mr President, the Office will be properly positioned to deliver effectively on its mandate, by making bigger and significant contributions to the anti-corruption campaign of President Buhari's Administration.
On March 27, a traditional Royal Assent took place in the Senate Chamber when Louise Arbour, in her capacity as Deputy of the Governor General, assented to two appropriation bills.
We are sure that when assented to, the corps will train more people for employment.