esgyniad, esgyniadau, hesgyniad, hesgyniadau
Noun(1) a process of increasing by addition (as to a collection or group(2) (civil law(3) something added to what you already have(4) agreeing with or consenting to (often unwillingly(5) the right to enter(6) the act of attaining or gaining access to a new office or right or position (especially the throne
Verb(1) make a record of additions to a collection, such as a library
(1) Where large amounts of information are located within a single accession number, references may also include box, file, and/or folder numbers.(2) The horizontal axis then focuses on the extent to which states expect or anticipate that their behaviour will be constrained by their accession to an implicit or explicit set of agreements.(3) Albert's accession to the throne is a two-step event, with another ceremony expected to draw heads of state on November 19.(4) National Day is held on 3 March, in celebration of King Hassan II's accession to the throne in 1961.(5) Turkey's process of accession will help ultimately to define what Europe is.(6) Voting concluded in the Czech Republic yesterday. The second largest of the ten nations set to join the EU in May 2004, accession is likely to be approved by a slim majority.(7) the queen's accession to the throne(8) To this process, Bulgaria will be able to add the valuable experiences it has gained in its own process towards accession so far.(9) The commission says Kosovo should be made independent by next year and embark on a four-stage process to EU accession .(10) Many councils will not be holding special civic functions to mark the 50th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's accession to the throne.(11) Appointed as secretary to the Dutch Embassy, he was sent to England in 1715 to congratulate George I on has accession to the throne.(12) Now, with the imminent prospect of Wilhelm's accession to the throne, he felt it incumbent upon him to warn Lord Salisbury.(13) The foundation stone was laid by Mrs Brown on June 21, the 50th anniversary of Queen Victoria's accession to the throne.(14) It is in this context that the Russian side raises the question of linking NATO membership for certain states to their accession to the Agreement on Adaptation of the CFE Treaty.(15) He said a state has to ratify and finally deposit instruments of ratification to the institution specified in the treaty, following signing or declaring accession to a treaty.(16) Denmark, for instance, voted against the Maastricht Treaty in June 1992, and later only a marginal majority of French voters confirmed the accession to the Treaty.
(1) accession number :: rhif derbyn
1. succession to ::
2. assent to ::
3. addition ::
Different Formsaccession, accessioned, accessioning, accessions
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