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Then rank each win according to the quality of the opposition. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was the only narrow squeak in a race that went according to plan yet again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The allegation is unfounded, according to police. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We are not at war but Colombia still does not have a peace accord. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Choir membership appears to boost mental health, according to some research. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It ought to be a bit more diverse in its religious broadcasting, according to one of its top brass. The Sun (2016)Farmers have watched their crops fail and according to the government the shortages have caused nearly 700 million of agricultural losses this year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Well, it is according to new research, which shows that women ask for pay rises just as often as men. The Sun (2016)Things did not always go according to plan. Times, Sunday Times (2009)None of these comments was made before the peace accords went into effect. Nixon Reconsidered (1994)Various other allowances were paid to the staff according to their rank. AT HOME WITH THE QUEEN: The Inside Story of the Royal Household (2002) Treatment varies according to the underlying cause. Know Your Own Mind (1991)Each had adopted a way of life according to their personality. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The two are not always in accord. The Past is Before Us - feminism in action since the 1960s (1989)It is the first time that schools have been ranked according to their account balances. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The treatment accorded him by evangelicals gives no indication that their minds or their hearts were open. Christianity Today (2000)Will the initial capital investment stretch far enough to keep the new company going according to its original plan? The Guide to Greatness in Sales (1994)Reference checks vary in nature according to the kinds of questions asked and the persons to whom they are directed. Human Resource Management in Government (1995)According to one successful woman in industry this kind of seductive behaviour is still commonly observed in the world of business. 50 Ways to Become a Self-Confident Woman (1989)Not according to some police forces. The Sun (2009)Construction will be completed by August according to organisers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Britain already has the toughest bonus regime in the world, according to the association. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Yet according to a recent survey 7 per cent of health care expenditure is on alternative medicine. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)The attackers have not been identified and their motives were unclear, according to police. Times, Sunday Times (2014)According to one theory, the incurable disease might be linked to pesticides used on football pitches. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Ireland's politicians to work together is exhausting the patience of those who voted for the peace accord. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There were headings for volume of production in cost and kind divided according to ministries, departments and republics. Inside Perestroika: The Future of the Soviet Economy (1990)Now there are fewer than 43,000, according to the government. Times, Sunday Times (2015)These lead vocals are accompanied by backing vocals according to the arrangement and the nature of the song,' dan. The Sun (2013)
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British English: accord NOUN
An accord between countries or groups of people is a formal agreement, for example to end a war.
...a fitting way to celebrate the peace accord.
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