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accept

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buy someone off

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Synonyms for buy

to acquire in exchange for money or something of equal value

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to give, offer, or promise a bribe to

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to regard (something) as true or real

something bought or capable of being bought

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something offered or bought at a low price

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an advantageous purchase

make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence

be worth or be capable of buying

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acquire by trade or sacrifice or exchange

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accept as true

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Professor Dunn added: "Although buying time can serve as a buffer against the time pressures of daily life, few people are doing it even when they can afford it.
Discussions about Apple buying Time Warner, however, didn't go past a preliminary stage, as they did not involveTim Cook, Apple's Chief Executive, nor his Time Warner counterpart, Jeff Bewkes.
97 percent, and the buying time condition of durable goods was up to 101.
He told me we were buying time for (reliever Jeremy) Affeldt,'' Appier said.
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Moreover, even if the subject does not surrender peacefully, negotiations nonetheless succeed by stabilizing the incident through verbal containment; buying time to gather intelligence, staff, equipment, and other resources; and allowing the tactical team to identify the subject's vulnerabilities and practice its planned entry.
And we're buying time to develop a healthier urban forest.
Marguerite Bodiford, judicial assistant to an appellate court judge in Detroit and mother of two, says that she and her husband began buying Time Warner stock in 1992 (then trading around $99 a share), but it was too expensive for her investment habit.