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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 "we have not always been sensitive to the particular needs of students with a same-sex orientation.
But for the Court to simultaneously acknowledge that the chief justice was not capable of reading the materials and voting in all of the argued cases clearly indicated that at a minimum he was too weak physically to do all of the job.
It thus acknowledges that in-house tax professionals represent a distinct category of tax professionals for whom rules appropriate to their function must be fashioned.
The most common failure of apologies, in my opinion, is the failure adequately to acknowledge the offence.
And indeed, it is the right of the states to acknowledge God, as it is the right of the federal government to acknowledge its source of power.
He himself is an award recipient of the Ken Phillips Award and clearly represents the loyalty and excellence that they wanted to acknowledge.
In those instances where they might acknowledge the same, there would still remain the challenge of affirming a strong kinship in the face of doctrinal differences.
We introduced this new category to acknowledge and thank the on-going support of our alumni, sponsors and supporters who have helped us to promote women's economic development and the IW mission and mandate.
As we've reported, Disney executives acknowledge that changes are imminent in its licensing program.
The center will acknowledge receipt of the extension within a very short time.
In contrast to earlier, more self-critical statements by the Catholic bishops of Germany and France, however, the Vatican document did not acknowledge any "co-responsibility" for the Shoah on the part of the church due to the history of anti-Judaism within its ranks.
Unlearning any of the isms requires that we acknowledge our prejudices and stereotypes and then move forward.