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use "ratify" in a sentence

Why the U.S. didn't ratify the convention would be an entirely different post.

To become a party to the court, the Palestinians must sign then ratify the treaty.

A new government, however, could still decide not ratify the agreement, said Elder.

To pass an amendment, three-quarters of the states -- or 38 of them -- must ratify it.

A new global economic order has emerged in the eight years it took Europe to ratify it.

Haiti was invited to ratify with a view to applying the Agreement as soon as feasible.

The United States failinations joining.

It lets them propose trade pacts that Congress can reject or ratify, but not change or filibuster.

Iran has to get all the stations up and running, conclude a facility agreement and ratify the treaty.

As of 2005, the United States has refused to ratify a number of international treaties dealing with global warming, nuclear test bans, civil and political rights, discrimination against women, and the rights of children.

Somalia's cabinet ministers had announced plans to ratify the treaty.6.

Find someone who would rather be at home in bed right now. ratify

Maloelap Atoll was the first to ratify the Marshall Islands ' constitution.

David Mamet once suggested that in a world we find terrifying, we ratify that which doesn't threaten us.

He made no indication that the U.S. would ratify the Kyoto Protocol in the meantime.

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