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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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assent to

v.
To agree to something: The committee assented to the proposal that they had been discussing.
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No service was too humble for him to perform in the aid of the South, no adventure to perilous for him to undertake if consistent with the character of a civilian who was at heart a soldier, and who in good faith and without too much qualification assented to at least a part of the frankly villainous dictum that all is fair in love and war.
The secretary assented to this proposition with the best grace he could assume--it is difficult to feign a true professional relish: which is eccentric sometimes--and after asking the candidate a few unimportant questions, proceeded to enrol him a member of the Great Protestant Association of England.
The President had cited provisions of Sections 58(4) and 15 (A) of the 1999 Constitution as capable of causing constitutional crises with the proposed bill, if assented to.
Once assented to the Minister will then publish in the Gazette the date on which the new laws will take effect.
Whenever things accepted are in some way assented to, there must be something that inclines one to assent: in assent to per se known first principles, it is a naturally endowed light .
IshratulEbad Khan, who is also the Chancellor of Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU), has assented to the statutes approved by the Senate of SMI University.
In this regard, our Canadian bill follows the precedent set by the Parliament of Canada in 1937, when, by the first Succession to the Throne Act, our Parliament assented to the alteration in the law of succession to the throne brought about by His Majesty's Declaration of Abdication Act, a statute of the United Kingdom Parliament, which gave legal effect to King Edward VIII's intention to abdicate the throne.
However, although early Stoic sources show that they also focused on both aspects (21), Epictetus' discussion of the notion of assent is based primarily on the second perspective, and the decisive issue shifts from the impressions assented to (22) to how they are taken in, i.
Spokesperson said that the second Bill which the President assented to was the Criminal Law (Second Amendment) Bill 2011.
The July 15 decision also assented to the administration's claim that the president can create special military tribunals to conduct trials of enemy combatants, rendering decisions that are not subject to judicial review of any sort.
Government officials assented to the pact in January.
April 17, 2003) - to the Supreme Court of Florida and successfully argued that a successor employer can enforce a non-compete agreement signed with a former employer even when the agreement does not contain a successors and assigns clause and where the employees have not assented to its assignment.
If eventually, President Buhari assented to the bill, any person found guilty of any form of hate speech resulting in the death of another person shall die by hanging upon conviction, he explained.
The alteration in the law touching the Succession to the Throne set forth in the Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom entitled 'His Majesty's Declaration of Abdication Act, 1936' is hereby assented to.
Japonica Partners, the entrepreneurial co-investment firm that makes concentrated investments in underperforming global large caps, has benevolently assented to support CAKE, pro bono publico, in vetting managers.