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Definition of Acceder

Acceder
Acceder Ac*ced"er, n. One who accedes.

Meaning of Acceder from wikipedia

- Accession refers to the general idea of joining or adding to. It may also refer to: Accession (property law) Accession, the act of joining a treaty by...
- Norwegian government lost a national referendum on membership and hence did not accede with the others on 1 January 1973. Gibraltar joined the Community with the...
- 191 states have become parties to the treaty, though North Korea, which acceded in 1985 but never came into compliance, announced its withdrawal from the...
- pronounced [naɾɯꜜçi̥to]; born 23 February 1960) is the emperor of ****an. He acceded to the Chrysanthemum Throne on 1 May 2019, beginning the Reiwa era, following...
- second to do so when he chose Nelson Rockefeller to succeed him after he acceded to the presidency. As no mechanism existed for filling an intra-term vacancy...
- رياستون‎) were former princely states of the British Indian Empire which acceded to the new Dominion of ****stan between 1947 and 1948, following the Partition...
- 2021-06-05. Retrieved 2021-06-05. "(SONDAJ) Patru formațiuni, cu șanse de a accede în Parlament; AUR ar avea un scor egal cu Renato Usatîi". cotidianul.md...
- automatic and is not heritable; it merges into the Crown when a prince accedes to the throne, or lapses on his death leaving the sovereign free to re-grant...
- Discrimination Against Women encomp****es the states who have signed and ratified or acceded to the international agreement to prevent discrimination against women...
- royal absolutism would not prevail, and a professed Catholic could never accede to the throne. The British constitution would develop on the basis of constitutional...
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