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assent to

To agree to something. The union has finally assented to the new contract.
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assent to something

to agree to something. I assent to what you suggest. She will not assent to our request.
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I guess

 and I expect; I suppose; I suspect 
1. a phrase that introduces a supposition. (Frequently, in speech, suppose is reduced to 'spose, and expect and suspect are reduced to 'spect. The apostrophe is not always shown.) Bob: I guess it's going to rain. Bill: Oh, I don't know. Maybe so, maybe not. Alice: I expect you'll be wanting to leave pretty soon. John: Why? It's early yet.
2. a vague way of answering 'yes'. John: You want some more coffee? Jane: I 'spose. Alice: Ready to go? John: I spect.
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I guess (so).

 and I believe so.; I expect (so).; I suppose (so).; I suspect (so).; I think so.
a vague expression of assent. (Frequently, in speech, suppose is reduced to 'spose, and expect and suspect are reduced to 'spect. The apostrophe is not always shown.) Tom: Will it rain today? Bob: I suppose so. Sue: Happy? Bill: I 'spect. Sue: You don't sound happy. Bill: I guess not.
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assent to

To agree to something: The committee assented to the proposal that they had been discussing.
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Concerning the first aspect, every act of assessing an impression is done on the basis of the judgements or opinions that constitute our soul (which are actually impressions we have assented to in the past).
A similar pattern can be found in Epictetus' recourse to a more radical ellipsis, that is, when referring to the sequence of impression-assent-action, we find that, instead of stating that a certain agent did something because he assented to a certain impression, Epictetus merely states that he did it because he had that impression (cf.
Given that our epistemic disposition is nothing other than the set of beliefs we hold (both the impressions we have assented to in the past and our preconceptions), a change in our beliefs will have, as a consequence, a change in the quality of our assents (52).
This second aspect provides us with an altogether different perspective, because it does not focus on whether we hold a certain belief or have assented to a certain impression in the past, but rather, it focuses on its availability (i.
impressions which have been assented to and have thus become dogmata) be at hand, ready and available to become the background against which each new impression is to be tested (68).
Employment Equity Amendment Act (no 47 of 2013) assented and gazetted on 16 January 2014 and promulgated on 1 August 2014.
On March 27, a traditional Royal Assent took place in the Senate Chamber when Louise Arbour, in her capacity as Deputy of the Governor General, assented to two appropriation bills.
When Royal Assent is given by means of a written declaration the act is deemed to be assented on the day on which the two houses have been notified of the declaration.
City Code on Takeovers and Mergers the consideration in respect of shares assented to the offer will be settled within 14 days time.
the Lead Plaintiffs appointed by the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts to represent all persons (the "Class") who purchased the common stock of Inso Corporation ("Inso") (Nasdaq:EBTI) during the period between October 28, 1999 and February 1, 2000, inclusive (the "Class Period"), filed a motion to dismiss the Consolidated Amended Class Action Complaint For Violations of Federal Securities Laws (the "Complaint"), with prejudice, as assented to by defendants.