comply comply  /kəm ˈplaɪ/

Definition(s):

  • (v) act in accordance with someone's rules, commands, or wishes

Synonym(s)

News

  1. Obama administration to comply with Plan B for all ages

    The Obama Administration plans to comply with a court order to allow over-the-counter emergency contraceptive sales to women and girls...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Oklahoma's NewsChannel 4

  2. Feds to comply with NY morning-after pill ruling

    Feds to comply with NY morning-after pill ruling by Tom Hays The Associated Press Published Jun 10, 2013 08:25PM MDT New York • The federal government on Monday told a judge it will reverse course and take steps to comply with his order to allow girls of any age to buy emergency contraception without prescriptions. The Department of Justice, in the latest development in a complex back-and-forth ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Salt Lake Tribune

  3. Feds tell NY judge they'll comply with order letting girls of any age buy morning-after pill

    Feds tell NY judge they'll comply with order letting girls of any age buy morning-after pill.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Associated Press via Yahoo! News

Quotes

  1. Mrs. Clinton had demanded that Pyongyang "stop its provocative behavior, halt its policy of threats of belligerence towards its neighbors, and take irreversible steps to fulfill its denuclearization commitments and comply with international law."
    on Jun 12, 2010 By: Hillary Rodham Clinton Source: Foreign Policy Journal

  2. "Microsoft must now comply fully with its legal obligations to desist from engaging in anti-competitive conduct. The Commission will do its utmost to ensure that Microsoft complies swiftly", Kroes said in a statement.
    on Sep 17, 2007 By: Neelie Kroes Source: Reuters.uk

  3. Asked in a broadcast interview if the defiance would mean holding the White House in contempt of Congress, Conyers said, "Well, yes. It means moving forward in the process that would require him to comply with the subpoenas like most other people."
    on Jul 8, 2007 By: John Conyers Source: Washington Post

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