- v. UK present participle of recognise.
“I banked heavily on the label recognising its value.”
“They are a bit too late in recognising that immigration has been responsible for a negative impact on crime and anti social behaviour.”
“PepsiCo has taken a leadership role in recognising that it is, at its heart, an agricultural business.”
“The problem is in recognising whether the question “Is X true” even makes sense.”
“The part that is open is in recognising that there will be still more potential beyond my current understanding, and indeed beyond the general understanding of the industry – and also the part that addresses the hard issue of barriers to adoption.”
“I usually enjoy these; my main problem with them is recognising from the title whether or not I've read it.”
“More importantly, other parts of the world have a long way to go in recognising women's rights.”
“According to her, the "sojourning" option (option 3) is no better or worse than the others, and there is no difficulty in recognising it as a "direction" for an institute of religious life to take.”
“We partly acknowledge that with the term speculative fiction but I don't think we've gone far enough in recognising the changes; we're still tied to that brand image.”
“I think that the government is long overdue in recognising the risks faced by the emergency services.”
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