Thesaurus / accepted

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If over the course of time their finding becomes accepted … it would demonstrate that amino acids, the basic building blocks of proteins, can be and have been formed outside the Earth.
The ranking compared deaths to average daily jail populations – a widely used and accepted method for analyzing jail death rates.
The widely accepted view was that bird songs are long complex vocalizations produced by males during the breeding season, whereas such vocalizations in females are generally rare or abnormal.
Recent studies of the cosmic microwave background suggested that the geometry of space may be curved instead of being simply flat, which is consistent with the most accepted theory of the big bang.
The accepted idea had been that the earliest galaxies probably where not flat but shaped like a ball.
Accepted them, rather, as a part of the mystery which wrapped him about.
THE BREAKING POINTMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
How gladly would I have accepted their hearty invitation to remain several weeks with them!
All of which information, useful in a way, no doubt, was accepted by Jack with a smile.
THE GOLF COURSE MYSTERYCHESTER K. STEELE
They neither gave nor accepted any titles of respect or honour, nor would they call any man master on earth.
But most librarians have not accepted this pessimistic negative.

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