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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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A similar absolutism keeps many liberals from acknowledging that abortion may cause pain to the fetus.
Spike Lee once again takes center stage in the final chapter, "Taking the A-Train: The City, the Train, and Migration in Spike Lee's Clockers," where Massood credits the film maker for acknowledging in his films the historical influence of movement and migration on African American cultural production.
Ancestral memory simply means acknowledging and incorporating a form of consciousness that has roots in a sacred cosmos and psychology that is holistic and multidimensional.
Implicitly acknowledging this shortcoming, some demutualizing insurance companies, such as John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co.
drowned out his past, Wilhelm Verwoerd thrust his fist into the air in an ANC salute, acknowledging his new political family.
In recent years, however, society has been viewed as a stew or a tossed salad, symbolizing that people's differences can be kept intact and acknowledging American culture as a mixture of people representing a variety of traditions and cultures.
A MANAGEMENT representation letter specifically acknowledging that the company is responsible for fairly presenting the financial statements was important evidence for CPAs in another suit.
E[acute accent]--Acknowledge loyalty - Acknowledging an employee's loyalty to your company can go a long way.
Following a Dexheimer tradition, Noval plans on publicly acknowledging three musicians for the years they have been playing and to acknowledge them for the big band era stars they had played for.
That affirmation, I firmly believe, was the first step in the healing process,--knowing and acknowledging that I had suffered a loss of a loved one, my little girl whom I had loved and dreamt about.