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accordance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaccordanceac‧cord‧ance /əˈkɔːdəns $ əˈkɔːr-/ ●○○ noun   in accordance with something
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accordanceThe goals and objectives should, therefore, be in close accordance with the needs of that group.Successful organizations, like their low-performing counterparts, act in accordance with their beliefs and fears in moments of crisis.Each group acted in accordance with its own set of objectives.Due dates tracked by this measure were dates for direct mail drops in accordance with the marketing schedule.In accordance with instructions, the officers took no action to defend themselves, although they were armed.And in strict accordance with this, we find that their government, literature and art are infantile also.
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