Agreeing [adjective]

Definition of Agreeing:

be agreeable or suitable

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Turley agreed, saying that Bjerg, “has been important in growing the English-speaking audience for competitive League of Legends.”

Sarah Franklin, an EVP at Salesforce who heads Trailhead, a platform aimed at reskilling, agreed that it’s a valuable strategy for keeping employees engaged and for diversifying talent across the business.

Picks and analysis from the 2020 NBA draftLatest news and analysisThe Warriors reportedly wasted no time finding a replacement for Klay Thompson, agreeing to trade for Kelly Oubre from the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Thinking he meant comic books, the then-14-year-old boy agreed.

BuzzFeed and Verizon’s media arm also agreed to syndicate each other’s content in a broader partnership, the companies said in a statement Thursday.

“Big Summer,” by Jennifer WeinerThis sendup of Instagram culture follows an aspiring plus-size influencer who agrees to take part in the wedding of her mean-girl former best friend.

In her traditionally conservative district, she said she has had to work with people she doesn’t agree with and has had to hold space for those who don’t agree with her.

And, instead of being activated by a single sensor, it will only function if two sensors agree it’s needed.

In fact, the labels are one rare thing that both parties agree on in their dislike, though for different reasons.

Many were being forced against their will, they said, to sign letters agreeing to be sent back to Cameroon.