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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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* Secure networks: 81 percent of business owners acknowledge this is important but only 54 percent do it.
May it be known that if there is such move by others, they must withdraw from it for I shall never acknowledge or endorse such...
Sinn Fein Health Spokesman Caoimhghin O Caolain TD has said Mr Reilly showed "gross insensitivity" in refusing to acknowledge the grief of families who lost loved ones as a result of delays in the arrival of emergency services.
Instead of acknowledging and learning to worry better, as Lewis Thomas advises, we should acknowledge God's love for us and learn better to trust in Him, as Jesus advises.
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.
ACKNOWLEDGE: It is important to acknowledge how other people feel and try to avoid challenging their reasoning for why they feel this way.
The absence of reliable global data makes it difficult for governments and international bodies to fight trafficking effectively, especially as some countries of destination acknowledge the level of trafficking within and across their borders.
Seventy six percent of executives acknowledge that they are concerned about mold liability on properties in which they have invested.
We can acknowledge the fruitful exchange between the different dance communities.
We did not argue that one of the benefits of testing pesticides on adults is to improve the health of children, but we acknowledge that some studies might have this potential benefit.
As you know, it claims "to secure the people's right to acknowledge God...."
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.