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adjective as in acknowledged

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Karen recognizes herself refracted into multiple characters throughout Sarah’s book.

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Local health officials will be tasked with getting the vaccine to any non-federally recognized tribal communities.

“It’s important to recognize, just as before, that while we are closing the buildings, the Smithsonian is still open online,” he added.

So yes, whether it’s traditional school, cyber school, home school or self-directed learning, we all must decide what’s best for us, but it’s critical that we recognize the advantages in those decisions, should there be any.

You’ll probably recognize yourself in their grief, their interrupted days, their pursuit of normalcy — and feel a little less alone because of their words.

“I do not support gay marriages being recognized in Florida,” he wrote Andrew Walther of Sanford.

Security officials told Agence France-Presse that the gas station manager said he had recognized the two men.

I think part of being in the public eye is getting recognized, and dealing with positive and negative scrutiny.

Prado was the first name I recognized here since I used to live a few blocks from the Prado museum in Madrid when I was 20.

Good, caring teachers recognized his talent and challenged him to work hard to compete at the highest levels.

Here and there roving parties appeared, but having no recognized leaders, their existence did not invalidate the treaty.

Crystals of urea nitrate or oxalate (Fig. 19) will soon appear and can be recognized with the microscope.

Hilda took the letter with apprehension, as she recognized the down-slanting calligraphy of Sarah Gailey.

His unbounded generosity won for him the admiration of all his race, who graciously recognized him as their Maguinoó.

They are recognized by their concentric striations and their blue color with iodin solution.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to recognized, such as: accepted, identified, known, perceived, remembered, and sanctioned.

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