[ UK /ɐkˈɔːdəns/ ]
[ US /əˈkɔɹdəns/ ]
[ US /əˈkɔɹdəns/ ]
the act of granting rights
the accordance to Canada of rights of access
concurrence of opinion
we are in accord with your proposal
How To Use accordance In A Sentence
- But in accordance with the idea that malaria is a product of paludal decomposition, the trees selected have almost always been the _eucalyptus_. Scientific American Supplement, No. 458, October 11, 1884
- It is a recognition for the native title right to possess which can only be exercised in accordance with currently acknowledged laws and customs.
- The beauty he has perceived must in accordance with our human needs find expression concretely, because it is only as he manifests himself in forms which we can understand that we are able to recognize him. The Enjoyment of Art
- The pragmatic differentiation between classificatory, potential and actual affines is undertaken in accordance with the proscriptive principles described above, and is framed within a consubstantial conception of relatedness.
- And then you've got the work in the luxury saloon sector, where people are phoning out for still bigger pieces of aluminium and ordering up even larger chunks of birchwood, in accordance with a mission to go faster, fatter.
- So judged the leader of the 'cognoscenti', and, in accordance with his views, Elgin and Aberdeen are held up to ridicule in 'English Byron's Poetical Works, Volume 1
- In accordance with Islamic law, the prophet will not actually be depicted on screen.
- With the ink jet recording head, the relationship between the amount and the speed of ejected ink droplets can be optimized in accordance with the size of areas of the electro-thermal transducers.
- Legio (acc. legionem) was formed, in accordance with the nature of the Romance-Castilian language, the name León, and the identity of this name with that of the king of beasts (león, from leo, acc. leonem) perhaps explains how, by what in German is called a The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
- Has the treasurer acted in accordance with the law? Christianity Today