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Sentence count:63Posted:2016-09-08Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: O.K.acceptapproveauthenticatecertifyconfirmendorsepasssubstantiatesupportupholdvalidateSimilar words: gratifyratifiedjustifytestifyidentifyidentificationratioratingMeaning: ['rætɪfaɪ]  v. approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation. 
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(1) All the members have voted to ratify the treaty.
(2) Over 60 countries have yet to ratify the climate convention.
(3) The Senate must ratify his reappointment.
(4) Deputies also voted to ratify the appointment of acting President Shehabuddin Ahmed and all actions executed during his tenure.
(5) But the state's Labor government refused to ratify the new law for nine months.
(6) It does not ratify the Maastricht Treaty and any political discussion about whether it should or not is out of order.
(7) The US Senate refused to ratify the agreement on weapons reduction.
(8) The parliaments of both countries were due to ratify the treaty by the end of February 1991.
(9) They then ratify the nomination of a candidate who already has won the nomination in the primaries.
(10) This urged states to sign and ratify the convention and to make domestic legislation and administrative procedures compatible with it.
(11) It will come into being once 60 countries ratify their leaders' decision to join.
(12) The meeting was an attempt to ratify the 1997 Kyoto convention on reducing greenhouse gases.
(13) If we refuse to ratify, some governments will use our refusal as an excuse to keep their chemical weapons.
(14) Their purpose is to encourage countries to ratify the Kyoto protocol on reducing carbon emissions.
(15) We hope that the republics will be willing to ratify the treaty.
(16) The parliaments of Australia and Indonesia have yet to ratify the treaty.
(17) President Corazon Aquino had appealed to the Senate to ratify the agreement.
(18) Congress voted on Nov. 26 by 78 votes to 24 to ratify the decision.
(19) Each of the three constituent elements within the new party was due to hold a convention to ratify the merger.
(20) Any state attempting to join later would have to ratify the treaty first-usually a long process.
(21) But Mr Hurd said that the amendment would have no effect and that the Government would ratify the treaty anyway.
(22) Mr Hurd said the amendment would have no effect and that the Government would ratify the treaty anyway.
(23) Constitutional amendments go from Congress directly to state legislatures; 38 states must ratify them.
(24) When Maastricht was agreed 11 months ago, all countries pledged to ratify it before the end of this year.
(25) And that will cause uproar tonight when the general committee gather to ratify the decision.
(26) Next week he will appeal to the Senate to ratify a global treaty to ban chemical weapons.
(27) In a letter he told him not to interfere in Britain's moves to ratify the Maastricht Treaty.
(28) Both houses must approve by two-thirds margins, and 38 state legislatures must ratify such fundamental changes.
(29) But there has been pressure from the Department of the Environment to ratify the convention.
(30) Both houses must pass an amendment by a two-thirds margin and three-fourths of the states then must ratify it.
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