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agree to

verb accede, accept, accommodate, acquiesce, adopt, allow, approve, assent, certify, come to terms, comply, comply with, confirm, cooperate, countenance, covenant, embrace, pass, permit, ratify, sanction, sign, submit, subscribe to, yield
Associated concepts: agreed to contract, agreed to judggent, agreed to stipulation, execution of a contract
See also: accede, accept, approve, assent, authorize, certify, concede, confirm, countenance, embrace, pass, permit, sanction, sign, submit, surrender, yield
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* The firms agree to the latest date (the back-end date) when the seller(s) will reduce their time commitment to the firm and buyout payments will commence.
Once those fuel rods left the storage site, once reprocessing began, once plutonium was manufactured, the strategic situation changed: Even if we could get the North Koreans back to the bargaining table, even if they would agree to drive the fuel rods back, we could never be certain that they'd totally disarmed; we could never know if they still had some undeclared plutonium hidden in an underground chamber.
Why not sign such a pact if North Korea would agree to abandon its nuclear program?
It is not a defense to conspiracy that the crime that the conspirators agree to commit was factually impossible to complete.(5)
What the cooperative groups have decided to do is to reach out to the board accountants, locate a 'good' refund case and try to get the IRS to agree to treat it as a test case.
Confidence Levels--Wherever practical, agree to levels of confidence, error in test method, standard deviation, etc.
Responses ranged from strongly agree to strongly disagree.
If the taxpayer and the IRS agree to an issue-focused examination, there must be a good faith effort by both parties to fulfill all their commitments in that regard.
Under the MAAP initiative, both the taxpayer and Appeals must agree to a specific schedule to resolve all issues.
For example, a practitioner may agree to perform procedures on information documented in internal auditors' working papers, such as repeating all or some of the procedures the auditors had performed.
Because gas fuel supplies are short during colder weather, Con Edison provides a price break for those that agree to switch to oil at certain outside temperatures, so it can supply its more lucrative firm customers.
For example, will the IRS agree to complete the audit by a certain date?