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- adj. Notable; distinguished; honored.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of recognize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. provided with a secure reputation
- adj. generally approved or compelling recognition
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"But then, when we came out of power [with the election of Republican George W. Bush], we recognized -- Hillary recognized, [former White House Chief of Staff] John Podesta recognized, [and now former] President Clinton recognized there was no organization that worked across issues to try and move the debate over the long term in a more progressive direction.
The group released its debut on Rawkus but inked a deal with Duck Down partly because it appreciated the fact that the label recognized its promotional skills.
Jeremy Reynolds discovered their band Hockey and, perhaps inadvertently, penned their own minor sensation-not that the label recognized it.
Steverino wrote: “… term “irreducibly complex”, is this a term recognized by the real scientific community …”
Let me ask a question, the term “irreducibly complex”, is this a term recognized by the real scientific community or is this a term created by ID to try to mold reasoning to fit there destination?
While blacks were still restricted to wrestling each other in certain territories, the WWA had given an African-American a title recognized as far away as Hawaii and Japan.
"Well, at the time I wasn't aware of it, but I think there's a term recognized now called Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy."
It must be something that may be made the subject matter of private barter and to which it is possible to gain a title recognized by both natural and positive law.
Finally a label recognized this seductive L. A.-based siren's great talent and enabled her to share more delicate but visionary love songs with everyone.
This is a term recognized by tax but not immigration law.