Meaning Accession
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The process of adding a country to an international agreement, such as the GATT, WTO, EU, or any FTA.
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Relationships Related Term:  accretion accrual deaccessioning registration Distinguish From:  acquisition n. ~ 1. Materials physically and legally transferred to a repository as a unit at a single t [..]
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Addition of a test specimen, previously collected by a health care provider, to a laboratory specimen collection; recording of essential specimen identification data in a laboratory-maintained file in chronological order of laboratory specimen acquisition; assignment to the specimen of an identification code.
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1580s, "that which is added," also "act of acceding" (by assent, to an agreement, etc.), from Latin accessionem (nominative accessio) "a going to, approach; a joining; increas [..]
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The acquisition of title of a neighboring property or improvements to that property due to the placement of fixtures that lie beyond the property. For example, if a property owner builds a fence that [..]
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The act whereby a state becomes a party to a treaty already negotiated and signed by other states. It has the same legal force as ratification. Accession usually occurs after the treaty has entered in [..]
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A collection of plant material from a particular location. An accession is assigned an identification number, which usually is preceded by the abbreviation PI (plant identification).
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n. Induction or elevation, as to dignity, office, or government.
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The act of coming to a political office or throne.
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Definition Acquiring title to additions or improvements to real property as a result of the annexation of fixtures or the accretion of alluvial deposits along the banks of streams.
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A unique, stable string given to a biological data entity when its added to a database (to allow reference, retrieval and tracking the entity).
Source: ebi.ac.uk

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The process by which an acquired artwork becomes the legal property of the University and records are established to note the artwork's provenance, condition and other relevant information.
Source: deakin.edu.au

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To record in an accession list the addition of a bibliographic item to a library collection, whether acquired by purchase or exchange or as a gift. In automated libraries, the addition is usually reco [..]
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1 : increase by something added ;specif : the mode of acquiring property by which the owner of property (as a building, land, or cattle) becomes the owner of an addition by growth, improvement, ...
Source: dictionary.findlaw.com

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A group of records or archives from the same source taken into archival custody at the same time.
Source: naa.gov.au

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The process of formally accepting and recording the receipt of records into archival custody. Accessioning provides basic physical and intellectual control over material coming into archives.
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Becoming a member of the EU following a process of alignment with EU norms.
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The procedure by which a nation becomes a party to an agreement already in force between other nations
Source: ediplomat.com

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Accession generally refers to the addition of something to personal property through the addition of labor. Accession is derived from the civil law notion that a person has a right to not only their p [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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replaces the classic two-stage process of signing and ratifying a treaty that is already in effect. By acceding to the treaty, a state is immediately bound by it. An example where the idea of accessio [..]
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(n) a process of increasing by addition (as to a collection or group)(n) the act of attaining or gaining access to a new office or right or position (especially the throne)(n) agreeing with or cons [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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In order to join the EU the would-be member state must submit an application for membership to the Council of the European Union, which will then ask the European Commission to assess the applicant& [..]
Source: en.euabc.com

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"Accession is the process by which a country becomes a member of an international agreement, such as the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) or the European Community. Accession to the [..]
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"This refers, in general, to the process of a country joining the GATT. During accession to the GATT, a country accords tariff and other concessions that are its 'price of admission' to [..]
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The accession is an act by which a State signifies its agreement to be legally bound by the terms of a particular treaty. It has the same legal effect as ratification, but is not preceded by an act of signature. The formal procedure for accession varies according to the national legislative requirements of the State. To accede to a treaty, the appr [..]
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  A legal instrument deposited with the Director-General of UNESCO, affirming a State’s or regional economic integration organization’s consent to be bound by this Convention.  This Convention s [..]
Source: unesco.org

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 – Bulgaria and Romania acceded to the EU on 1 January 2007. Since January 2014, nationals of these countries are able to enter and live in the UK as an EEA national without any immigration restrictions.
Source: veristat.co.uk

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Eight countries (Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia) who acceded to the EU on 1 May 2004. Nationals of these countries are able to enter and live in the UK as an EEA national without any immigration restrictions.
Source: veristat.co.uk

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Used to describe the process of a country joining the European Union (EU).
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addition of a test specimen, previously collected by a health care provider, to a laboratory specimen collection; recording of essential specimen identification data in a laboratory-maintained file in [..]
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A preliminary stage where assets are introduced to a repository but not finalised for use. Sometimes used as an alternative to the term upload to indicate additional activity will need to be carried o [..]
Source: damglossary.org

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1. A coming to; the act of acceding and becoming joined; as, a king's accession to a confederacy. 2. Increase by something added; that which is added; augmentation from without; as, an accession [..]
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n. (RM) A collection of one or more boxes of records stored in the State Records Center. All records in the accession must fall under the same records series description and have the same disposition date. (Arch) A collection of records of permanent historical value transferred from the creating agency to the State Archives. v. To follow the proced [..]
Source: sos.mo.gov

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Act whereby a State becomes a Party to an international agreement already negotiated and  closed for signature. Accession has the same legal effect as ratification, although an acceding State has not signed the agreement.
Source: sprep.org

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An object of art becoming part of a permanent collection of a museum or other collection. It is the opposite of de-accession. Source: Artlex.com with permission of Michael Delahunt.
Source: askart.com

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When an object of art becomes part of a permanent collection of a museum or other collection.
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