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acknowledge

In air traffic control phraseology, it means, “Let me know that you have received and understood the message.”
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The proposed rebuttable presumption would cover the overwhelming bulk of guidance provided by in-house tax professionals while acknowledging that in exceptional cases the advice of in-house professionals may properly be subject to the tax-shelter opinion rules.
Be direct and constructive in acknowledging flaws, and working as a partner with your top performers to create strategies to overcome them.
acknowledging the obvious) and for deploring the massacres of Soviet Jews by the Nazis.
He describes the publication of the editor's note as 'a point of journalistic pride'--as if a publication should be proud of acknowledging egregious errors that other people have been pointing out for more than a year.
Branch's speech reminded me of a 1972 article by Suzannah Lessard we published while he was here entitled "A Legal Right, A Moral Choice" its point was that liberals were justified in insisting that abortion was a legal right, but that all too often they were wrong in not acknowledging the gravity of the moral decision involved.
We are acknowledging there are same-sex couples that watt to make a lifelong commitment, and for the moment the nomenclature is 'a union ceremony.
Her approach is pluralistic; she draws on gender-based and psychoanalytic criticism, especially the writings of Kristeva (Tales of Love in particular), in addition to acknowledging the shifting social and historical forces relevant to each text.
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.
Each individual will receive a personal letter of apology, acknowledging the harm caused by the process.
In their nonconsumeristic mode of expression, they are acknowledging the fact that without this delicate ecological sensitivity, their own physical life would perish.