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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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If Henry had acknowledged her, it could have changed the whole course of British history," said Norton.
The Windsor Report itself acknowledged that, "at present, individual canonical systems are ambivalent to global communion, rarely centripetal (looking outward), mostly neutral (internal), and sometimes centrifugal (keeping other provinces at a distance).
Rosa's admission was considered significant because it marked the first time a high-ranking Academy official has acknowledged the seriousness of the problem since AU filed its report.
Boyle acknowledged that the treatment of FSC dividends in the base-period computation is likely clear, but a question remains whether FSC dividends in the year of the section 965 repatriation are counted for purposes of determining whether the repatriated amount is incremental to the amount of the base period dividends.
In addition to The Durst Organization, which was acknowledged as the largest customer of renewable wind power in New York, event participants included MCEnergy Inc.
This undermining of action and desire as socially meaningful continues in the novela sentimental, which, she argues, plays a far more important role in the history of the sentimental mode than is commonly acknowledged.
All entries received will be acknowledged on our website at www.
Massood is concerned in Black City Cinema with urban spaces, particularly areas of Los Angeles and New York City, and how they have been represented or acknowledged in black cinema.
In a voice mail to all of Goldman's 20,000 employees, he acknowledged that his remarks were insensitive" and "glib.
Lukes acknowledged and referenced the earlier reports of van der Meer and Brug and Vanek (6).
Many of the other gaijin software people interviewed mentioned that while their ideas were not openly acknowledged, just as often they would find them incorporated, without attribution into the company's planning model.
The community leader acknowledged the entrepreneur in a public venue by pointing him out to the audience and highlighting his success.