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To approve of or consent to something. I will agree to wash the dishes if you will take out the trash. We refuse to agree to this contract until we are fully satisfied with its terms.
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to consent to something; to allow something to be done; to approve something. If you don't agree to my leaving early, I'll just do it anyway.
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To consent to something; accede to something: The store owner agreed to the supplier's new proposal for a weekly shipment. I cannot agree to going with you on such a dangerous adventure!
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Black women had higher odds of agreeing to the test than did white women (1.8), and Hispanics had elevated odds when compared with non-Hispanics (2.4).
The taxpayer had personally executed an agreement with class counsel, agreeing to pay for their services.
Moreover, Kenseth had personally executed a contingent fee agreement with class counsel, agreeing to pay for their services.
This club membership could be opened to China at any time immediately upon the Chinese government's agreeing to the virtual "exchange of keys" to intervention.
Mere association with criminals without agreeing to assist in the commission of a crime is not enough to prove conspiracy.
The advantage of agreeing to an Appeals representative to serve as the mediator is that the IRS will then pay all of the expenses of mediation.
This includes bruiting the kind and number of issues based on "materiality," and identifying and agreeing to the documents and records required, in advance.
Louthan said this issue can be resolved by agreeing to deferring final approval of the proposed resolution (e.g., entering into a closing agreement) until the Joint Committee review is completed.
At the beginning of the Appeals process, the taxpayer signs a statement agreeing to try to resolve the issues prior to an agreed-on date.
The meeting concluded with the IRS and NTI members of the team agreeing to develop flow charts of their respective processes for initiating and completing IDRs for presentation and discussion.
* Year of change (agreeing to a later year of change);