• (noun): Something added to what you already have.
    Synonyms: addition
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on accession:

List Of Parties To The Genocide Convention - Ratified or Acceded States
... Deposited Method Afghanistan 01956-03-22Mar 22, 1956 Accession Albania 01955-05-12May 12, 1955 Accession Algeria 01963-10-31Oct 31, 1963 Accession Andorra 02006-09-22Sep 22, 2006 Accession ...
List Of Aragonese Consorts - Queen Consort of Aragón - House of Trastámara
... of Alburquerque 1374 1393/4 28 June 1412 husband's accession 2 April 1416 husband's death 16 December 1435 Ferdinand I Maria of Castile 1 September 12 ... June 2 ... April ...
List Of Parties To The Convention On The Elimination Of All Forms Of Discrimination Against Women - Ratified or Acceded States
5, 2003 Ratification Albania 01994-05-11May 11, 1994 Accession Algeria 01996-05-22May 22, 1996 Accession Andorra 01997-01-15Jan 15, 1997 Accession Angola 01986-09-17Sep 17, 1986 Accession Antigua and Barbuda 01989-08-0 ...
Accession Day Tilt
... The Accession Day tilts were a series of elaborate festivities held annually at the court of Elizabeth I of England to celebrate her Accession Day, 17 November, also known as Queen's Day ... The last Elizabethan Accession Day tilt was held in November 1602 the queen died the following spring ... Tilts continued as part of festivities marking the Accession Day of James I, 24 March, until 1624, the year before his death ...

More definitions of "accession":

  • (noun): A process of increasing by addition (as to a collection or group).
    Example: "The art collectin grew through accession"
  • (verb): Make a record of additions to a collection, such as a library.
  • (noun): (civil law) the right to all of that which your property produces whether by growth or improvement.
  • (noun): The act of attaining or gaining access to a new office or right or position (especially the throne).
    Example: "Elizabeth's accession in 1558"
    Synonyms: rise to power
  • (noun): Agreeing with or consenting to (often unwillingly).
    Example: "Accession to such demands would set a dangerous precedent"
    Synonyms: assenting