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acknowledge

To accept responsibility for something.In real estate,it means to sign an instrument in front of a notary public,who will certify that the signer stated the signature was an act of free will.

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Under questioning by Deputy District Attorney Steve Katz, Gabaeff acknowledged that he has never published articles in journals in the field of sexual assault.
Seligman was a principled centrist, who acknowledged the reality of class struggle but strove to bring left and right together.
When reminded that many Canadians are poor, feel marginalized and in need, President Dorey acknowledged this but said: "That's not our struggle (which) goes back to the historic relationship that the first peoples of this country have; and it's acknowiedged in treaties and in Confederation (the BNA), in provincial legislation (the Manitoba Act), and in the Constitution.
As for the Cunanan case, Kneir says the FBI has acknowledged its outreach should have been better: "It probably pointed out to us maybe our liaison with the gay and lesbian community wasn't as good as it should have been.
The next day I spoke with David McCormick, NBC's man in charge of broadcast standards, who acknowledged that the network had received complaints about the "assault weapon" stories before and had tried to correct the problem.
AMEX:IDN), an acknowledged leader in technology that assures the encoded data on identification cards complies with the issuing jurisdiction's unique specification for driver licenses, state issued non-driver and military identification cards used as proof of identity, today announced it will release its fiscal 2005 financial results for the period ended December 31, 2005 on Thursday, March 30, 2006 before the market open.
Addressing the council's Energy, Commerce and Natural Resources Committee, Deaton acknowledged that leaders of the municipal utility have done too little to reach out to the public, particularly the city's budding network of neighborhood councils.
By an overwhelming majority, the church acknowledged that there are gay and other non-traditional couples in their pews who are living in "life-long committed relationships" characterized by fidelity and monogamy, and that these couples deserve pastoral support.
Peopleclick was also acknowledged on the 2005 Deloitte Technology Fast 500, which annually honors the 500 fastest growing technology companies in North America based on percentage revenue growth over five years, from 2000-2004.
Gray Davis' hopes for a judicial rescue by refusing to hear a series of challenges from the governor and others, but Chief Justice Ronald George acknowledged that the process has created ``chaos, confusion, and circus-like atmosphere.
It's a matter of "valuing the moral acknowledgement of their suffering, not just the monetary payments, which can add insult to the injury; but there's a moral injury deep down in people's psyches which has to be acknowledged.
Roundtable attendees acknowledged the importance of corporate participation in these committees, but also agreed that involvement from the business unit level is crucial to their success.