be accepted

See: pass
References in classic literature ?
Accept their bounty while ye may, Before we be accepted by the worms,"
As a matter of Bethlehem University's integrity and autonomy, no one -- not the Student Senate nor any other outside influence -- has the right to decide who will be accepted as a student in Bethlehem University.
On Friday, after Tudjman's brief meeting with Clinton, the White House announced that the Mostar results would be accepted and that Bosnian Croats would dissolve their self-styled state, Herceg Bosna.
They have also given it as their opinion (again, not infalliable) that this teaching has been believed in the church so universally, and for so long, that it must be accepted as belonging to the "deposit of faith.
People with personal problems should be accepted in their passive attendance at Mass.