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Accede

To consent or to agree, as to accede to another's point of view. To enter an office or to accept a position, as to accede to the presidency.

accede

(Concede), verb abide by, accept, accord, acquiesce, admit, agree to, approve, assent, back down, capitulate, comply, concur, conform, consent, deign, give assent, give in, grant, obey, permit, submit, subbcribe to, succumb, surrender, vouchsafe, yield, yield assent

accede

(Succeed), verb assume, attain, become heir to, come after, come next, displace, follow in order, inherit, reach, replace, supersede, supplant, take the place of
See also: acknowledge, admit, agree, allow, assent, cede, coincide, comply, concede, concur, confirm, conform, consent, defer, endure, grant, obey, permit, relent, respond, sanction, submit, succumb, suffer, yield

accede

to become a party to an agreement between nations, as by signing a treaty.
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The Quaid was very clear in his policy that the states which will accede to Pakistan, those will be given choice to decide about terms of accession and the method of governance.
Thirty-four governments made pledges to accede in 2011 and 40 per cent of those will have so far been implemented.
Concurrently, the AfDB is seeing to it that the Gulf countries grant their guarantee to Tunisia to help it accede to the Bank's loans, according to Trifa, "it is the first time with countries as Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates which have already agreed to the proposition in principle, but demand in exchange, that this operation will be based on the win-win principle, requiring that Tunisia offers advantages to their investors.
At the general discussion of the United Nations Disarmament Commission (UNDC), Egyptian Ambassador to the UN, Moataz Ahmadein Khalil, denounced on behalf of the Arab Group the Israeli refusal to accede to the Treaty.
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ASEAN foreign ministers are to adopt new guidelines for accession to the treaty during their meeting in Thailand, including a plan to introduce a ''flexible moratorium'' on partners that wish to join, fearing that letting more countries accede to the treaty might slow down the decision process.
France would become the first European nation to accede to the treaty, which has already been joined by China, Japan, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, India and Pakistan.
As one of the 40 designers/researchers included in the book, Rachel Strickland, writes, "As designers operating in corporate culture, we are bound in our education and practice to accede to the tenets of capitalism.
Soon after they accede to the European Union (EU) in 2004, the new member states will have to consider their timetables for joining Economic and Monetary Union (EMU).
The AMSA has published warnings to trainees about the practice and has gone so far as to advise trainees (both medical students and residents) not to accede to a demand by medical educators to submit on record to psychiatric intervention.
Under the current law, if a WLAN network is deemed to be a "telecommunications circuit," JR would have been under much more obligation to accede to the request, and MIS could have appealed to the ministry for arbitration if JR did refuse.
If we were to accede this pay claim, the economic consequences would be dire," he said.