Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. accepter, L. acceptare, freq. of accipere,; ad, + capere, to take; akin to E. heave,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. acceptāre—accipĕre, acceptum—ad, to, capĕre, to take.
He simply accepted facts as he found them.
"The Alembic Plot" by Ann Wilson
I accept your invitation, and your Ordeal.
"Fearful Symmetry" by Ann Wilson
Canning could now accept the version of Pitt's policy which corresponded to the later phase.
"The English Utilitarians, Volume II (of 3)" by Leslie Stephen
There are certainly some privileges which an accepted lover may take in a house, and no one but an accepted lover.
"The Bertrams" by Anthony Trollope
The doctor accepted the speech as a challenge, and entered the room defiantly, while Father Healy followed him.
"Grey Town" by Gerald Baldwin
Mary Lowther has hitherto neither accepted nor rejected him.
"The Vicar of Bullhampton" by Anthony Trollope
This pledge they properly declined, and accepted the consequence by resignation.
"The Political History of England - Vol XI" by George Brodrick
This was accepted in the Senate by thirty-four votes against ten.
"A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year" by Edwin Emerson
Shall we attempt to accept Christ as a Saviour without accepting His will?
"Holy in Christ" by Andrew Murray
The Czar accepted the paper, which was communicated to him as approved by the King, but kept silence.
"The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte" by William Milligan Sloane
For I at most accept
Your love, regretting
That is all: I have kept
Only a fretting
"No One So Much As You" by Edward Thomas
My offerings here are given,
A ram, a bull.
Accept them, mighty Heaven,
"Appropriate To A Sacrifice To King Wan" by Confucius
Since my sadnesse
Lord thou dost convert,
What thou hast kept,
As thy due desert.
"An Offering" by George Herbert
And now a birthday rhyme for her
This sister of my own
Accept the song then for my sake
Sister and only one
"To Anne On Her Birthday" by Nora Pembroke
Accept a ribbon red, I beg,
For Madam Purrer's tail,
And ice cream made by lovely Peg,
A Mont Blanc in a pail.
"The Jungfrau To Beth" by Louisa May Alcott
All that in return I crave
Is that thou accept the slave
Long ago to thee I gave---
Body, soul, and all I have.
"Rondel - II" by Sir Henry Newbolt
The Henderson Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for its 2012 Small Business of the Year Awards.
British Premier, After Resistance, Accepts Cabinet Minister 's Resignation.
It's a mission Col. Cady Coleman has accepted as a NASA astronaut and one she believes Oprah has inspired people around the world to take on for themselves.
American Society of Concrete Contractors releases position statement 'Acceptable Use of Calcium Chloride in Concrete.
Too many people accept these bits of paper as if they were as good as a calibration report.
Romney draws battle lines in GOP acceptance.
For all its controversy, predestination is something New Calvinists accept as part of their take-it-all-or-leave-it approach to the Bible.
Dr Greg Day said today that he will accept the job of Calypso mayor.
Even FCP X, it does accept limited Canon Vixia Camcorders like Canon HF100, Canon Vixia HF G10, Canon HG10.
While accepting an award last night, Luke tossed undies into the crowd.
Village councilors Tuesday night accepted bids for the Lock One rehabilitation project.
Bad for baseball, merely acceptable for football, the 'Stick is old, cold, shabby, grungy, and isolated.
Board accepts EIR, but vows to amend Candlestick -Shipyard plan.
Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart are role models for any female artist in music today, because they were trailblazers when it came to having women be accepted as actual musicians, and not just decoration.
Willard Morgan, left, accepts the Hickory Shirt Award for his contribution to the timber industry from West End Business & Professional Association President Janet Hughes on Wednesday in Forks.
Assume t is the term to be matched, the state is initialized as follows: – For a dynamic deﬁnition, the state is accept t. – For a context deﬁnition, the state is accept (λx.body , x), where x is the parameter for the context and the body is a placeholder.
From Syntactic Theories to Interpreters: A Specification Language and Its Compilation
Further on we accept the gauge conditions ea = ˘ea , i. e. we accept, that the arbitrary tetrad ea in the equations (2.1) coincides with the proper tetrad of the spinor ﬁeld a in the equations (2.1) coincide with coeﬃcients ˘hi ψ .
General exact solution of the Einstein-Dirac equations with the cosmological constant in homogeneous space
Figure 11: Illustration of the rejection technique. (a) the circular density and the C× the bounding function. (b) random points that uniformly ﬁll up the rectangular box. (c) points that get accepted in the sampling procedure. (d) the distribution of the accepted values of x.
Monte Carlo: Basics
On the other hand if ǫ is too small, then even though a large number of trials would get accepted, the value of x would remain close to the starting point over several trials and hence not span the entire range of x quickly and eﬃciently. A good criterion is to ﬁx ǫ such that the acceptance is between 30% and 50%.
Monte Carlo: Basics
Thus, s is accepted by the ﬁnite string automaton FAi . (If s is empty, then q0 ∈ Qf , therefore q0 ∈ Qf i for some i, so s is accepted by FAi .) Notice that qf belongs to both Qf i and Qf , which by deﬁnition of Qf implies that the rule S → hei i belongs to R, where ei is the regular expression equivalent to FAi .
Using Tree Automata and Regular Expressions to Manipulate Hierarchically Structured Data