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Getaway founder and CEO Jon Staff said that starts with an acknowledgment that while work matters, it can’t be the core of a person’s identity.
The renewed effort, backed by the airlines, is an acknowledgment that a recovery the industry had hoped would come this spring isn’t likely to happen.
If you do not wish to send a replacement, a kindly inquiry about how he is feeling — and an acknowledgment that you will remember his condition for future gift-giving — will be sufficient.
MISS MANNERS: SHE’S ‘BEST’ AT GIVING GIFTS BUT STINKS AT RECEIVING THEMJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINFEBRUARY 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A seeming acknowledgment of this country’s current troubles launches the second act.
My mother, of course, bristles at any acknowledgment of the occasion.
MISS MANNERS: CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF WEDDED . . . SOMETHINGJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
This is not visible to the eyes of outsiders, but very important work deserves the very highest acknowledgment and respect.
Often, it happens without any acknowledgment or explicit say-so, and is a byproduct of mismanagement, poor planning or unforeseen obstacles coming up during development.
His decision to let his players return home for a few days after Wednesday night’s win at Notre Dame reflects an acknowledgment that the pandemic is taking both a mental and physical toll on players.
We need to temper our enthusiasm with the acknowledgment that the vaccine is a weapon we may not be fully prepared to wield.
During the pandemic, travelers routinely waited months for an acknowledgment.

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