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At one time I could paper my bathroom in acceptances and my house in rejections.
Now I might be able to paper a house in acceptances … and several houses in rejections.
Besides forms of poetry, the other deciding factor in most rejections or acceptances is the content and how well it is written.
And, I have to tell you candidly, I can't recall the acceptances speeches of President Bush or President Clinton through two conventions.
Instead of commercial notes or bills they are now known as acceptances, and are just as good as a bank note.
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It's a week-plus procession of announcements and conference-call acceptances, of cash registers ringing and a lot of people complaining that, somewhere along the line, somebody screwed up something.
Responses to invitations usually take the form of "acceptances" or
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A hostess should not, however, make the mistake of thinking that a large number of "acceptances" implies that anybody really wishes to attend her party.
But orders and resolutions are sometimes entered in their journals, having no relation to these, such as acceptances of invitations to attend orations, to take part in procession s,
We're seeing the live date push out George, but that doesn't really impact our revenue because the revenue is based on customer acceptances which is a contractual term, so we still expect to book most - the vast majority of revenues this year and next.
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