well-accepted

well-accepted

adj (well accepted when postpositive)
generally considered as true or correct
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According to a well-accepted scenario, known as the hierarchical model of galaxy formation, galaxies start out small and grow bigger by capturing material from galaxies that collide with them.
Others include Abdul Haq, former security chief of Herat province, an ancient cultural crossroads where the Taleban's extreme Islamic rule was never well-accepted, and the minister of mines, Mullah Saadudin.
The intimacy versus isolation dichotomy explained by Erikson represents a well-accepted view of one the major critical issues of this period.
A subgroup of 487 "TRD-likely" patients within this population was identified by applying well-accepted criteria for treatment resistance.
It was a "perfectly normal and well-accepted means of passing their free time on journeys, between training sessions and matches," the lawyer said.
By incorporating well-accepted Internet communication standards, the protocol would be "a reasonable and useful tool for a majority of industry constituents," says Dave Vuicich of Cres Cor, Cleveland, Ohio, vice chair of NAFEM's Technical Liaison Committee.
Scanning probe microscopy has become a well-accepted technology for testing and examining semiconductor or biomolecular nano-devices.
There are compelling reasons to think so, but also well-accepted perspectives that would deny this claim.
"It is appropriate and prudent to have this well-accepted tool available to increase shareholder value," said John Meier, chairman and chief executive in a prepared statement.
They're not nearly as well-accepted and common in other European and Asian countries.
"Green vinyl," a three-ply vinyl laminate, continues to serve as a well-accepted mattress ticking fabric.
We are confident that TAGG Airbuds will be well-accepted in the market," said CTO and co-founder TAGG, Saurav Prakash.