public recognition

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Jacky Isaac, interim chief executive of the Ricoh Arena, said: "Liz is the life and soul of the Ricoh Arena and she is thoroughly deserving of this public recognition for the hard work and
Bishop Cocksworth said it does not signal a change in the approach to the public recognition of gay couples.
Carole Kitching, Newcastle College's deputy principal said: "Students taking conventional academic qualifications such as GCSEs and A-levels always receive a great deal of public recognition, which is only right, but many taking vocational qualifications whose achievements are just as great, often don't receive that same appreciation.
The organization honored academic "overachievers" by announcing NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on Academic Progress Rates for the last four school years, through 2008-09.
Both Bernie Budworth, from QVC, and Jim McAllister, from Merseyside Police, have received public recognition from their peers as leaders in the field.
WGC-Accenture Match Play winner Geoff Ogilvy deserves much greater public recognition for his achievements, his friend and beaten finalist Paul Casey said last night.
Queer Inclusions, Continental Divisions: Public Recognition of Sexual Diversity in Canada and the United States
Queer inclusions, continental divisions; public recognition of sexual diversity in Canada and the United States.
QIA Learning and Skills Beacon status provides public recognition of the excellence and innovation which exists in the further education and skills sector.
The value of public recognition is acknowledged by grieving father Alun Hicks, who said a medal is some comfort after his son, Captain David Hicks, died fighting the Taliban.
When you go into teaching, you are not doing it for public recognition but because you see how the kids benefit from what you do.

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