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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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'Whenever Mr President assents to law and there is something wrong with that law, it is the public that will question both the legislature and the Executive through the court.
figure If Uhuru assents to the Finance Bill, the VAT will be suspended, bringing down the cost of fuel.
"As we prepare this vellum, this law can only be reversed when the president assents to the Finance Bill, 2018," Duale said.
Anwar claimed that Article 66(4A) of the Federal Constitution, which allows a parliamentary bill to automatically become law 30 days after it is presented to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong regardless of whether he assents to it or not, was unconstitutional.
And this specifies faith, the way any cognoscitive habit has its species from the reason [ratione] by which it assents to anything.
Another is the formal object, which is like a means [medium] on account of which one assents to such a credible [proposition].
Since whoever believes assents to the word of someone, it seems that the principal thing in any believing, (61) like an end, is the person to whose word one assents, while the items one believes in order to assent to that person are secondary.
He added, "The way is that any bill approved by the assembly shall not become a law unless the president assents to it and signs it into law.
Article 109 (1) (a) stipulates that any Bill approved by the Assembly shall not become law unless the President assents to it and signs it into law.
Parliament and the parliaments of the other realms also gave parallel assents to the King.
Of course--and this is the key warning--a certain impression may contradict one or several of our opinions without our being aware of it, which holds most clearly for the case of precipitate assent; in comparison, as mentioned earlier, the agent assents to any impression that comes to his mind, without stopping to examine it.
Again, he draws out the reader's shallower assents to notions about men and institutions, then either carries the reader away from, or deeper into, those assents.
One of my favorite examples is from the English Catholic theologian, Nicholas Lash, who pointed out that most everyone simply assents to the fact that Great Britain is an island, even though they've never empirically verified that.
(2) in the case of conduct or statements of a person, the person intends to engage in the conduct or make the statement and knows or has reason to know that the other party may infer from the conduct or statement that the person assents to the record or term; or
class="MsoNormalIf he assents to the Bill, the VAT will be suspended, bringing down the cost of fuel.