“Accept” in the news
|did not accept|
|does not accept|
|refused to accept|
|willing to accept|
Publications and example sentences
· Volkswagen ordered to compensate motorists in landmark ‘Dieselgate’ ruling →
Judges at the Federal Court of Justice (BGH) in Karlsruhe largely confirmed a lower court's finding in favour of Gilbert, ordering VW to pay around 25,600 euros ($27,887) and accept his return of the car.
· Top German court grants buybacks for VW diesel car owners →
Judges at the Federal Court of Justice (BGH) in Karlsruhe “effectively upheld” a lower court’s ruling that plaintiff Herbert Gilbert can return his car to VW for reimbursement, but he must also accept a discount from the original purchase price for the time he used it.
· Just add chocolate, or dates, or banana … 10 delicious flapjack recipes to suit every taste →
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· UK hospital closes A&E and no longer accepting new patients due to high number of coronavirus cases →
Weston General Hospital, in Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, stopped accepting A&E patients at 8am this morning.
· 'I'm looking for the truth': States face criticism for COVID-19 data cover-ups →
Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, has come under fire for his administration's March order that nursing homes must accept coronavirus patients.
· Tough decision on AFL 'legend' →
Seven Hall of Fame inductees will also be announced next month, including Simon Black who was inducted last year but couldn't accept his award because he was filming Survivor.
The New York Times
· Naming the Disappeared, Raising the Dead →
The making of political art is like a solitary liturgy in which the unbearable, the unknowable and the painful are accepted and forged into images that bear witness to life.
The New York Times
· Which Party Would Benefit Most From Voting by Mail? It’s Complicated. →
A new study of Florida elections indicates that rejection rates can vary wildly from county to county, even though the standards for accepting mail ballots are the same statewide.
· Doosan Group struggling to sell assets to tide over credit squeeze →
After the announcement of the self-rescue plan, main creditors KDB and Eximbank accepted the plan and decided to extend credit worth 80 billion won to the group.
· Top German court to rule on VW ‘Dieselgate’ compensation →
An appeals court has already found in favour of the pensioner, ordering VW to pay €25,616 (US$27,930) and accept his return of the car.