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NFL owners also ratified a proposal by the competition committee to add two teams to the playoff field, increasing it from 14 to 16, if the regular season is cut short by the pandemic.

All proposed ownership sales are vetted by the NFL’s finance committee and must be ratified by a three-quarters vote of the league’s 32 owners.

The deal is supposed to be ratified within the next two years.

Its mission is to uphold international treaties and binational agreements, which the commission itself writes but Congress has to ratify.

Approval by three-fourths of the states is required for an amendment to be ratified.

In 1788 he was one of the most influential members of the Massachusetts convention which ratified the Federal Constitution.

This will was ratified by Augustus with the exception of the title given to Archelaus.

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They were ratified: a great act of justice was rendered to the South.

The Treaty of Peace, ratified on the 14th of January, 1784, contained provisions of great practical and immediate importance.

This treaty also was concluded and ratified only to be broken.

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