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acknowledge

v. 1) generally to admit something, whether bad, good or indifferent. 2) to verify to a Notary Public or other officer (such as a County Clerk) that the signer executed (wrote, signed) the document like a deed, lease, or power of attorney, to make it certified as legal and suitable for recording. (See: acknowledgment)

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Australia Council Award for Emerging and Experimental Arts acknowledges the achievements of an artist who has made an outstanding and sustained contribution to the practice of emerging and experimental art.
September 2 - Housing manager Leigh Caveney acknowledges receipt of another neighbour nuisance diary, but said, as the Shakespeares are the only witnesses, he cannot take action.
Arbour and Blackburn tell us something quite different: "It is a huge undertaking for gay and lesbian youth to acknowledge who they are (my emphasis), understand what this entails, see themselves as worthy human beings, and determine when they are ready to come out to family or close friends." The CMA authors who do not accept homosexuality as a true identity, nor any support group that conscripts students into accepting homosexuality, do not endorse the "coming out" process promoted by Arbour and Blackburn.
And the shots that Barth manipulates to approximate an afterimage acknowledge the futility of attempting to present the unmediated gaze, asserting themselves as doctored pictorial objects, as aestheticized interpretations of reality: in short, as art.
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.
"If you have dealers," Farley says, "you have full-line pressure." He acknowledges that they are internally discussing the possibility of expanding the franchise, but goes on to say, "It's important for us to quickly develop 'catcher' products in Toyota and Lexus that are attractive to an xB or a tC owner." Word is, those products that may be able to receive those of Gen Y moving on are coming.
The learning goals were to: (1) acknowledge the importance of the issue; (2a) understand that there is no single "Christian" response to the issue; (2b) describe the different responses; (3) identify the reasons behind these responses; (4) recognize that one's specific moral values may not be shared by society at large, or even by other adherents to one's religious tradition.
These blessings acknowledge a sanctification, which the church has discerned to exist already, and which the community affirms to be authentic.
Though the couple and Broderick y Guerra acknowledge that the whole congregation may not support the same-sex union, they say most congregants have been encouraging.
Acknowledging that cities are "highly politicized locations with a long history in African American and American culture," Massood uses Bakhtinian concepts to investigate the "relationship of African American film to migration and the growth of black urban populations." 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." The time flame for Massood's study runs from 1912, when the Foster Photoplay Company released The Railroad Porter, to two 2000 releases: Spike Lee's Bamboozled and John Singleton's Shaft.
Despite the fact that the creation of the human is set apart from the other aspects of creation, when God acknowledges that it is not good for the human to be alone, it is to the animals that God turns, as God invite s the adam to seek companionship from among them, a suitable ezer kenegdo.
The Value Added Award, which acknowledges contributions made to the improvement and expansion of Ontario's forest industry and its value-added sector, was bestowed upon the Weyerhaeuser TrusJoist Plant in Kenora, and the Westwind Forest Stewardship in Parry Sound was handed the Forests for the Future Award for their contribution to the future health and productivity of Ontario's forests.