- v. US present participle of recognize.
“On the first day of school on Saturday, according to the principal, Mohammed Melek, more than 100 students came to the Anniversary of the Revenge High School, the name recognizing Colonel Qaddafi's expulsion of Italians in 1970.”
“In the Kübler-Ross model, acceptance, which she defined as recognizing that your loved one is permanently gone, is the last and final stage.”
“While the state has no interest in recognizing specific religious ceremonies, the institution of marriage SHOULD NOT be relegated to mere religious significance.”
“The state has a clear interest in recognizing commitments and relationships between legal citizens.”
“Sikhism is especially strong in recognizing and practicing the equality of men and women.”
“New research is finding more biomarkers to aid in recognizing the disease, as well as looking into causes for it.”
“However, instead of joining most Americans in recognizing that our economic ills are tied to our dependence on polluting energy, they have found a home in the conspiracies pumped by the oil-backed right-wing machine.”
“It's overdue, I'm pleased that D. C.joins the ranks in recognizing equal rights. dave”
“Indeed, the United States lags far behind most other nations in recognizing the basic human right to adequate housing.”
“Israel has made a giant leap in recognizing Palestinian nationhood and the need for a Palestinian state, with all the risks it entails for Israel's security, as a territorial answer to the needs of the Palestinian people.”
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