official recognition

See: mention
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His great ability as a phonetician (he was, I think, the best of them all at his job) would have entitled him to high official recognition, and perhaps enabled him to popularize his subject, but for his Satanic contempt for all academic dignitaries and persons in general who thought more of Greek than of phonetics.
He was perfectly aware that he was a good gardener, and official recognition of the fact left him gratified, but unperturbed.
The Illinois High School Association has granted the sport official recognition with the first state series held in spring 2018.
Odisha received the official recognition for its 'Odisha's Rasagola' from Geographical Indication (GI) of India on July 29.
Following on, the UN declared official recognition of this event in 2010.
Approval into the VPP is OSHA'S official recognition of the efforts of the employers and employees.
H E Dr Sa'eedi and the WHO representative, handed over the certificate of official recognition of the Sur Health City to the wali of Sur.
Wakil added PAYO members have worked for years for official recognition of the Pakistani community even though the area around Coney Island Avenue has been informally known as 'Little Pakistan'.
It is a gift to the Pakistani-American community here as well as to the people of Pakistan." Wakil added PAYO members have worked for years for official recognition of the Pakistani community even though the area around Coney Island Avenue has been informally known as Little Pakistan".
Ujut said a letter to seek official recognition was forwarded to Antonio on March 21 this year with an official reply sent to the association on April 27.
PACE has called for the official recognition of sign languages so that deaf persons can exercise their fundamental rights.
Petrovic received her consular commission from Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano in July 2017, and she received her exequatur or official recognition from the Serbian government in March 2018.