acknowledged


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recognized or made known or admitted

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SOCRATES: But surely we acknowledged that there were no teachers of virtue?
SOCRATES: Then we acknowledged that it was not taught, and was not wisdom?
The lady acknowledged that it would be indescribably painful to her to answer that question.
Wolfe acknowledged the distribution woes have led to lost sales and increased costs.
The central banker acknowledged that the great increase in the use of derivatives and central bank leasing of gold have depressed its price in recent years.
Though NATO acknowledged striking a civilian vehicle, the time and location it gave still differed from the reports of the Pentagon, refugees reaching Albania and reporters taken to the scene.
UBS is proud that Working Mother has acknowledged the wide-range of programs we offer not only to women, but all of our employees," said John Costas, Chairman and CEO of UBS Investment Bank.
The purchase plans acknowledged by RMR Real Estate Fund provide for purchases beginning on or after March 8, 2004, and ending upon the earliest to occur of completion or May 28, 2004.
Founded in October 1999, Linktone has emerged as an acknowledged leader in China's fast-growing wireless services sector.
In a July 1997 interview with the Daily News, he acknowledged that the museum might face revenue shortages.
For the fourth consecutive year, the company and flagship product FootPrints(R) were acknowledged by the industry's leading CRM publication.
Maybe polls showed Americans didn't care if the president apologized as long as he acknowledged that his relationship with the daughter of a Brentwood doctor was ``not appropriate.
developer and acknowledged leader of Managed Security Monitoring (MSM) services, today announced record revenue and bookings through December and the fourth consecutive record quarter of growth over 30%.
Upon receiving notification from the creditors of the default, Titan was required to negotiate an alternate arrangement, under which the judgment creditors have acknowledged receiving payment in full.
Prosecutor Richard Simon acknowledged Pittman's sorrow, but pressed the judge to hand down the maximum penalty, citing the difference between remorse and taking responsibility for one's actions.