Sources: Law Dictionary; 英汉数学大词典; 英汉原子能大词典
The Lockheed scandal is a worldwide corruption scandal involving the major American plane manufacturer Lockheed. It came to light in February 1976 and revolved mainly around the acceptance of passenger plane contracts.
The national conversation about whether she should abdicate in her son’s favour seems resolved into an acceptance that the 82 -year-old sovereign should stay in post for life.
So I do not write for money or for myself, but for social acceptance.
For most however simply the allowance and acceptance of their love and faith that they are there is all one must do.
So we do believe we have improved the willingness of our people for our acceptance in the future.
I believe we help to redeem each other through the power of acceptance.
We were proud that no software defects showed up during the acceptance tests.
For those who have already signed, the next step is the deposit of instruments of ratification, acceptance or approval.
He said her behaviour and acceptance of him proves the boars do not need to be feared because they are not a threat to well-meaning people.
Decisions are timely when they can be successfully applied to an existing situation -- that is, before events carry an organization on beyond either acceptance or correction of that situation.