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acquiescence

1. An act of concurrence by adjoining property owners which resolves a boundary dispute or establishes a common boundary, where the definite or more accurate position of same has not or cannot be defined by survey.
2. The tacit consent of one owner, by not interposing a formal objection, to what might be an encroachment by an adjoining property owner over a questionable boundary.
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In addition, the Applicant's acceptance of the partial judgment by proceeding to enforce the ruling made in its favour does not in itself indicate its acquiescence to the ruling and waiver of the requests for relief on which the Court made no ruling.
Silence under the present circumstances is tantamount to acquiescence he said.
The authors cover the basics of persuasion, initiating cognition in the intervieweeAEs mind, transitioning toward acquiescence, using frames instead of themes, and many other related subjects over the course of the workbookAEs five chapters.
Curtice said: "If either LABOUR or TORIEs can get to the 300 mark, the Nats' acquiescence is no longer required.
A deal would require acquiescence from Kazakhstan and Russia as transit nations, however.
Syrian President Bashar Assad says he supports any international campaign against terrorism, giving an indication of acquiescence to the strikes.
US, UK look other Way as Bahrain Imprisons Dissidents (Maryam al-Khwaja is Latest) Bahrain's allies have opted for a disastrous policy of appeasement and acquiescence, and they have remained largely silent in the face of human rights violations.
With US acquiescence and funding, it can and does what it pleases.
After the ceding of power by the North Korean elites, an infusion of international aid would also be necessary Selected chapters include Theories and Incentives, Critical Changes in North Korea, Tipping Points, and Funding and Acquiescence.
Other our legislative initiative is implemented in the concrete legislative act, which established the principle of acquiescence by granting permission for the development of technical documentation by local authorities.
In the report, Emmerson said there is "strong evidence" to suggest that between June 2004 and June 2008 drone strikes in Pakistan's lawless Federally Administered Tribal Areas were conducted with the "active consent and approval of senior members of the Pakistani military and intelligence service, and with at least the acquiescence and, in some instances, the active approval of senior government figures.