Definition of Assentiveness. Meaning of Assentiveness. Synonyms of Assentiveness

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Definition of Assentiveness

Assentiveness
Assentive As*sent"ive, a. Giving assent; of the nature of assent; complying. -- As*sent"ive*ness, n.

Meaning of Assentiveness from wikipedia

- Royal ****ent is the method by which a monarch formally approves an act of the legislature (either directly, or through an official acting on the monarch's...
- ****ent can refer to: ****ent (Belgium) [nl], a village between Bekkevoort and Diest ****ent (philosophy), the mental act of accepting a statement as true...
- ****ent of faith or full ****ent of faith is belief in Roman Catholic dogma, shown by obedience of faith. The exemplar of obedience of faith is the Virgin...
- Theologian James D. G. Dunn states that they "command almost universal ****ent" and "rank so high on the 'almost impossible to doubt or deny' scale of...
- 2002. Retrieved 29 May 2018. Alcoba, Natalie (13 February 2013). "Royal ****ent: William and Harry cheer OCAD University decision to name new arts centre...
- ultimately rests with their own respective legislative ****emblies, with the ****ent of the Crown (Privy Council or, in the case of the Isle of Man, in certain...
- the power to appoint his heirs, the power to grant pardons, and the royal ****ent. The king is aided in his duties by the Privy Council of Thailand. However...
- of the new U.S. Amb****ador to Canada, Daniel Calhoun Roper; gave Royal ****ent to nine parliamentary bills; and ratified two international treaties with...
- Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, then commanding ****an's Combined Fleet. He won ****ent to formal planning and training for an attack from the Imperial ****anese...
- reserve powers (e.g. the power to dissolve parliament or refuse the royal ****ent of a bill into law). The powers of the monarch and the governor-general...
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