ACEPT

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ACEPTArizona Collaborative for Excellence in Preparation of Teachers
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The reason I am writing is because I own a Smith & Wesson 625 and this revolver does not acept semi-wad-cutter bullets in full-moon clips.
(3) The shortest odds, [p:q], an agent will acept in a gamble on the truth of a proposition determine the subjective probability he assigns to it: p/(p+q).
Its David v Goliath in the final and the Giant will be expected to win on this occasion, but Crusaders' management will not acept any complacency which may allow David to deliver the vital sling shot on this occasion.
We also have to acept that TP-T has created a world for our amusement, and the views in the novel are by no means necessarily her own.
Parma chairman Giorgio Pedraneschi said last night that he couldn't acept the new terms.
Vidal acepts that Barca manager Ernesto Valverde could make changes for the game but says it will make absolutely no difference to the performance.
the defendant's acepted that his actions amounted to harassment and 'they were most unwelcome',' the judge was told.