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The strike ultimately worked, as commissioner Walter Kennedy grudgingly acceded to the players’ demands.

When Justin Locke first appeared before a meeting of the state Cemetery Board in March of 2018, it offered a rare moment to see Pinelawn’s president, who had acceded to the position five years earlier, in a public forum.

That plan ran into conservative opposition, but its opponents acceded to two more modest proposals.

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But to understand business survival in the face of moral decisions is not to immediately accede to the business.

The Nizam, continuing to see himself as a foreigner, refused to accede to India upon independence.

It is entirely the government's prerogative to accede to these requests or not.

A Church Covenants, believing that she sees the truth in part, and is disposed to accede to it.

Moselekatse would not accede to the idea of him going alone, and finally the king himself determined to accompany him.

Belgium, however, now refused to accede to the arrangement, by resolving not to cede Luxembourg.

He received the message, but did not, for reasons best known to himself, see fit to accede to the request.

Should he accede to Ferdinand's desire, formally communicated in a letter sent by Escoiquiz on October twelfth?

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On this page you'll find 86 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to accede, such as: acquiesce, accept, admit, allow, assent, and comply.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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