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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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He acknowledges that even his work is viewed with skepticism by scientists.
In a time-honored tradition in such debates, the company has been highlighting the economic benefits of the prison in an area that even opponents acknowledge is economically depressed.
Orthomerica acknowledges the work of DeRoyal in commercially developing the Ortholign product and the existence of DeRoyal's portfolio of patents.
Fitch acknowledges the positive results of management's efforts to reduce secured debt and to increase unencumbered NOI (56% of total NOI) and anticipates further enhancement of the unencumbered pool as ASN repays maturing mortgage debt with proceeds from asset sales and unsecured financings over time.
Standard & Poor's acknowledges the company's success to date in the ongoing pruning and repositioning of certain properties within its portfolio, although performance trends have been somewhat bifurcated.
The return to a stable outlook acknowledges the successful integration, and the ultimately leverage neutral impact of the Smith portfolio.
We also regretfully acknowledge the retirement of Albert Feldman from the board of directors.
2001 NAMS/Eli Lilly and Company Award for Innovations in Osteoporosis -- Acknowledges work relating to the diagnosis, prevention, and/or treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis: Robert Lindsay, MD, PhD, Helen Hayes Hospital, West Haverstraw, NY.
Although the vast majority of Genetic ID's clients are in the agricultural and food industry, Smith acknowledges that his laboratory sometimes comes under fire when it is occasionally sent samples by consumer and environmental groups.
eGames, MVP Software and Webfoot Technologies consented to a federal court judgement that acknowledges Hasbro Interactive's copyrights to popular properties, such as CENTIPEDE, MISSILE COMMAND, ASTEROIDS and DIG DUG, and prohibits the sale of games cited in the suit (see following page for full list).
April 9 - Ms Brunton acknowledges receiving a diary from the Shakespeares detailing anti-social behaviour.