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use "accede" in a sentence

And for maximum impact, it gave the government 48 hours to accede to its demands.

Most artists have no choice but to opt for streaming and accede to the terms set by the services.

Ashurbanipal did not accede to the kingship of Assyria until late in the year.

The Simon Commission however did not accede to the demand for a separate Jharkhand State.

Her son (and only child) Joachim Frederick did, however, accede to the Electorate in 1598


However, Governor Razi refused to accede and instead, invited Shibu Soren of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha to form the government.

On 29 January 1996, France announced that it would accede to the Comprehensive Test Ban Tre

aty, and no longer test nuclear weapons.

Doyle 1989, p.122 La Fayette ultimately persuaded the king to accede to the demand of the crowd that the monarchy relocate to Paris.

Trade and commerce giant China has yet to acced

e to the GPA, but is currently involved in negotiations on the matter.

Most New Yorkers will accede with only minor grumbling.

Italy is unlikely to accede as it does not extradite its own citizens and Pizzolato has Italia

n as well as Brazilian nationality.

One option would be to try to accede to the International Criminal Court and pursue war crimes charges against Israel over settlement building.

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