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#91629 - 01/26/05 05:01 PM Accept in principle
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I have seen the above in the ROP. What does it mean? How is it different than just "accept"?

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#91630 - 01/26/05 07:06 PM Re: Accept in principle
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It means they like the idea but they are using other language. A lot of times this will be when there are several similar proposals and they merge it all into one change.
Accept means they are taking your proposal just like it was written.
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