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I believe, too, that he soon learned to contemplate with secret amazement his former predilection, and to congratulate himself on the lucky escape he had made; but he never confessed it to me, or hinted one word of acknowledgment for the part I had had in his deliverance, but this was not surprising to any one that knew him as I did.
Vanstone then proceeded to say that she would at once set all Miss Garth's doubts at rest, so far as they related to herself, by one plain acknowledgment. Her object in accompanying her husband to London was to see a certain celebrated physician, and to consult him privately on a very delicate and anxious matter connected with the state of her health.
I entreated this illustrious person, to intercede in my behalf with his majesty, for leave to depart; which he accordingly did, as he was pleased to tell me, with regret: for indeed he had made me several offers very advantageous, which, however, I refused, with expressions of the highest acknowledgment.
Since first offering funding acknowledgment indexing in 2008, Web of Science remains the most widely recognized and recommended source for analyzing publication funding acknowledgments [110].
In recent years--especially, Kerr and Enright say, since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada was established in 2008--it has become increasingly common for gatherings in Canada to begin with acknowledgments of the Indigenous history of the land on which the meeting is taking place.
The executor argued the acknowledgments were sufficient and also submitted affidavits from the two lawyers who took the parties signatures on the prenuptial agreement and stating that they respectively knew each of the parties at the time the agreement was executed.
Naming Practices and Reasons for Use in Thesis Acknowledgments
We all have acknowledgments floating through our brain numerous times a day.
6720 prescribes potentially severe penalties for fraudulent acknowledgments of vehicle donations or for failing to provide a Form 1098-C or other proper acknowledgment to the donor and to the IRS where required.
The 14 e-services include attesting contracts, namely authorising a local service agent and annulling it, appointing an Emirati sponsor, contract of selling commercial outlet, attesting acknowledgments [including unemployment acknowledgment, acknowledgment addressed to Labour Ministry, acknowledgment of selling marine vessel, acknowledgment of waiving a case or police complaint].
The second G100 convention was so successful that 92.5 percent of the attenders rated the general organization as "excellent," 88.3 percent thought quality and attention were excellent, and 85.1 percent rated as "excellent" the prizes, gifts and acknowledgments distributed during the event.
One way to tailor acknowledgments is by campaigns, according to Fox.
Donee organizations selling vehicles at auction and providing written acknowledgments to donors indicating anything other than the gross proceeds from the sale may be subject to penalties under Secs.
Donee-organizations are required to make acknowledgments to donor-taxpayers within 30 days of sale of the qualifying vehicles.
Bell stresses that the requirement of signed acknowledgments rather than consents is not a total victory.