Thesaurus / recognizing

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David, recognizing Sarah by the feel of her bedazzled jeans, takes her thumb into his mouth and kisses her.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently updated its guidance on masks to recognize that masks likely provide some protection to both the wearer and those around them.
Museums need to recognize that it’s not enough to be a place of beauty.
PLIGHT AT THE MUSEUMJEN TROLIONOVEMBER 20, 2020VOX
A person’s own cells then use that information to manufacture a single viral protein, called a “spike,” which trains the immune system to recognize the pathogen.
By then, Miard and her teammates — biologists Muhammad Fizri bin Ahmad Zubir and Célia Lacomme — had recognized the mother colugo’s fur coloration.
Those of us who were wondering what they were waiting for should have known—one of the most-recognized fast food chains in the world wasn’t about to let itself get phased out.
Congress recognizes the need to invest in American transportation systems.
We also recognize outgoing President Pierre Nkurunziza’s commitment to a peaceful transition.
I recognized that no matter how successful I was at practicing medicine, I couldn’t have the impact in that profession that I could in business.
The team first trained the mice to recognize a specific location—the goal zone—on the virtual path while monitoring their active GPS cells.

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