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It must be acknowledged, however, that the problem which faced this General was one of great difficulty.

The Great Boer WarArthur Conan Doyle

He took it boldly; and to-day, had you asked him, he would have acknowledged with a smile that he did not repent.

Major VigoureuxA. T. Quiller-Couch

Jabez Smith acknowledged his identity and received news of his brother-in-law and his daughter with no signs of pleasure.

Ethel Morton's EnterpriseMabell S.C. Smith

Again he acknowledged, and again they were defeated in finding, and the same reason given as before.

The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4American Anti-Slavery Society

He then acknowledged that the notion of "a methodical regularity" in the Essay on Criticism was a "groundless opinion."

Nevertheless, it must be acknowledged that the Corean mind is seldom thrown off its balance altogether.

Corea or Cho-senA (Arnold) Henry Savage-Landor

Other illustrations are, so far as possible, acknowledged in place.

Clara had not been quite ingenuous, as she acknowledged to herself.

The Belton EstateAnthony Trollope

He wore the same expression of scorn Tess had seen in the student when she had acknowledged the child as hers.

Tess of the Storm CountryGrace Miller White

All who acknowledged that they had read the Bible, or even that they knew how to read and write, were instantly beheaded.

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