The word also has a verbal meaning: “to promise or reach a formal agreement.” See Holmes` quote at the convention (above) for an example. The noun Accord has the meaning “agreement” or “conformity”. It often occurs in legal, commercial or political contexts, where it is synonymous with contract and other similar words for a formal agreement. The French word is derived from the Latin compromissum, which itself is related to the earlier participle compromittere (promittere means “promise”). In English, compromit was once used as a synonym for the verb compromised in its outdated sense “to bind by mutual agreement” and in its modern sense “to cause the deficiency of”. In law, consent is used specifically for voluntary consent or tonation by an adult who is not under duress or coercion and who generally has knowledge or understanding. “Old” means “age of consent”, i.e. the age at which a person is legally considered authorized to give consent. Eighteen is the standard age of consent in the United States.
Convention is a familiar word for a large gathering of people that usually takes several days to talk about their work or common interests – for example, a teacher or publisher meeting – or for a common purpose. In politics, a traditional convention is a meeting of delegates of a political party for the purpose of formulating a platform and selecting candidates for a position (for example. B the Democratic/Republican National Convention). Other conventions are fan-based, and there are countless such conventions that focus on games, comics, and the genres of anime, sci-fi, and horror – to name a few. This use of conventions is consistent with their ancestry. The word comes from the Latin convenire and means “to gather, to gather.” The Latin root also means “to be fit” or “to agree,” which is recognizable in the sense of the word when it comes to established uses, customs, rules, techniques, or practices that are widely accepted and followed. The words express the importance that the Convention has attached to them, and it can therefore be argued that the State expressly opposes this tax. — Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., Trimble v Seattle, 1914 This rule of good practice is well established and prevents any clarification of how defined terms and definitions work. For example: The parent of consent is the Latin consentire, a mutual connection of the prefix com- (meaning “with”, “together”) with sentire (“to feel”). The term “feeling together” is implicit in English consent, which refers to the consent, conformity or approval of what is done or proposed by another. Consent is used as a noun or verb meaning “accept” or “grant permission.” For example, do not refer to the “Board of Directors of the Company” in the contractual provisions if the “Board of Directors” is already defined as the “Board of Directors of the Company”.
By replacing such a misused defined term, the result would be “the board of directors of the company of the company” […].