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accept

[ak′sept]
(computer science)
A data transmission statement which is used in FORTRAN when the computer is in conversational mode, and which enables the programmer to input, through the teletypewriter, data the programmer wishes stored in memory.

accept

(library, networking)
Berkeley Unix networking socket library routine to satisfy a connection request from a remote host. A specified socket on the local host (which must be capable of accepting the connection) is connected to the requesting socket on the remote host. The remote socket's socket address is returned.

Unix manual pages: accept(2), connect(2).
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Generally, if the taxpayer can immediately pay the IRS this amount, it will give "serious consideration" to accepting the offer.
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The recruitment centre in the A'Dhahirah Governorate invited (30) jobseekers to attend job interviews, (24) of them showed up, and (7) job seekers accepted the job offered to them with one job seeker accepting the self-employment opportunity offered by 'Sanad' programme.
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Everywhere Mirinda Jackson turns she sees minority small business owners who don't realize the value of accepting purchasing cards from their customers, mainly the federal government and large corporations.
Tony Maikin; Scott Pudalov, CBRE, accepting Most Deals Leased Award; and Kevin Taylor, Robin Hood, accepting a $5,000 donation given on behalf of CBRE.
Beginning in processing year 2005 (for 2004 tax year returns), e-file began accepting returns with Married Filing Separate status for community property states.