In other words, they acquiesce to what was stated.
I asked Cynthia McKinney why people acquiesce to the casting aside of their leaders.
Just put up the data, we all a mature enough to acquiesce to your proof and ' hail the king ' of WU.
There is no indication that the international community has acquiesced to China's so-called historical claim.
The majority of the Arabs and Berbers, who were Sunni, had acquiesced to Fatimid rule but had never fully accepted it.
Pentagon tell the Shah's top military commanders -- about 150 of them -- to acquiesce to the Ayatollah and not fight him.
Democratic self government means that citizens are actively involved in their own governance; they do not just passively accept the dictums of others or acquiesce to the demands of others.
Britain was quick to acquiesce to such popular demands though it regretted the short interval of timing under which the responsibility of the protectorate were to be transferred to Somalia.
Alliance leaders acquiesced to new French President Francois Hollande's insistence on sticking to his campaign pledge to withdraw French troops by December 31, two years ahead of NATO's timetable.
Economically, the president extended the Bush-Paulson bailouts and acquiesced in renewal of the Bush tax cuts, despite repeated vows to the contrary.
Any obligation in this Agreement on a person not to do something includes an obligation not to agree, allow, permit or acquiesce in that thing being done.
I acquiesce on the idea that badly chosen chords can really bugger a tune.
The problem for the Maori Council is that they are a creature of Statute (The Maori Welfare Act 1962) and, consequently, relies on the acquiesce of the government of the day.