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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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* Control physical access to computers and network components: 78 percent of business owners acknowledge this is important but only 56 percent do it.
He added: "Health Minister James Reilly at Minister's Questions today refused to acknowledge the widespread public concern at the crisis in our ambulance service as exposed in the recent Prime Time investigation.
Educators would be wise to exercise good pastoral judgement when entering the section of PG called "pastoral practices." This section offers general and practical guidelines for teachers when approached by students who acknowledge a "homosexual orientation." Words like "orientation," "self-discovery" and "homophobic" are used freely.
As more stakeholders acknowledge the scientific fact of mold's resilience, I believe we will see a groundswell begin to form for a new mold prevention protocol, which focuses on removing the possibility of mold entering a structure.
Good statistical design is one of the key principles that must be considered in evaluating the acceptability of human testing, and we acknowledge that some of the disputed pesticide studies have been underpowered.
Is there anything about the amendment that explicitly or implicitly defines "God" and what it means to "acknowledge" him?
In her new work, Barth acknowledges this disconnect, finding an analogue within the image for our attentive regard of the photograph itself.
Once we understand the present Supreme Court--where each justice is entitled to four law clerks and the Court is annually deciding no more than about 80 full-fledged cases--we have to acknowledge frankly that being a justice is a very pleasant and cushy part-time job.
The Reflecting "No": Acknowledge the content and feelings of the other person's request.
Department of Education paid a political pundit to talk up the No Child Left Behind law, errors in judgment have been acknowledge but the debate continues.
If managers truly want their A+ players at peak performance, they are going to have to help them understand exactly what it is they are doing right, and provide that feedback within the context of their organization and acknowledge just how it adds value.
However, before discussing the results, it is important that we acknowledge the limitations and perspectives that have defined our study.