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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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May 5 - Letter from Ms Brunton acknowledges receipt of information about alleged ongoing neighbour nuisance.
The authors of PG acknowledge the difficulties encountered by youth in schools, and are pro-active in meeting their needs.
Although Robinson acknowledges that Signorile would reject his assertion that he is hostile to sex, many would agree that he is.
While wholly exempting in-house tax practitioners from the reach of the amendments to Circular 230 would address TEI's concerns and therefore is facially appealing, the Institute acknowledges that such an approach could be criticized as inadequately balancing the needs and interests of all the stakeholders here.
Yes, by affirming the integrity and sanctity of committed adult, same-sex relationships General Synod acknowledges that these relationships, like many others, have the potential to reflect God's will (sanctification).
One approach is to develop a special "emeritus" role for him, one that clearly acknowledges his contributions, allows him to be available to you and the board in some limited way, but without his actually taking a seat on the board.
It is important for me that the church acknowledges who I love and who I want to spend the rest of my life with.
These issues define a group of texts that Sears explicitly acknowledges are not normally considered together: Chretien de Troyes' Lancelot, Diego de San Pedro's Carcel de Amor, Diego de Rojas' Celistina, and Madame de Lafayette's La Princesse de Cleves; in addition, she makes passing reference to Richardson, Laclos, and Fanny Hill.
The approach allows her to discover how the "play between visual and aural signifiers contributes meaning to a film, anchors the narrative in an historical moment, and acknowledges the existence of complementary or contradictory spaces and times in a single text.
But Leangen acknowledges that the company did give him his break, as it turned out, letting him develop software which they had licensed but were not developing.
In making the offer the province acknowledges the hardship suffered as a result of the alternate dispute resolution program put in place in 1996.