acknowledgement


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Interestingly, while the acknowledgement sections from the theses in the Department of English were in English, those from the Department of French were originally in French.
"However, although requiring an acknowledgement, Massachusetts has not been strict in the actual form of the acknowledgement.
While the acknowledgement and greeting were highly scored portions of the pharmacy department interactions, there's still an area of opportunity here, as about 10 percent to 11 percent of customers weren't being greeted or acknowledged.
Kevin Boot, regulatory counsel for Embria, "EpiCor received a clean acknowledgement letter that means all populations can take EpiCor year round.
An MOEA official revealed that delegates from both sides have switched the focus of the talk for the agreement from mutual acknowledgement of the results of clinic tests for new medicines to mutual acknowledgement of health-food certification, which involved lower safety requirement.
How many times, though, do modern communications attract an acknowledgement of any description, even to say that the message has arrived?
(4) An organization can provide the acknowledgement electronically, such as via an e-mail addressed to the donor.
"Especially at that mid-level, if I'm responding to a particular campaign you sent me, then my acknowledgement to my gift should also be specific to that gift," he said.
No response or acknowledgement. Another was sent - no response or acknowledgement.
"It is an acknowledgement of CBB's status as a credible regulator with strong enforcement capability."
I never put on my uniform calculating what my country owed me, I put that uniform on as an acknowledgement of what my country had already provided to me.
(8) When this exception applies, the charity's acknowledgement should indicate that the charity has or intends to make significant use of the vehicle, and a detailed description and duration of such use, as well as a notation indicating that the vehicle will not be sold before completion of their intended use.
Additionally, IRC sections 170(f)(12)(B)(v) and (vi) require that the acknowledgement state whether any goods or services were provided by the donee organization and that, if so, a description and good-faith estimate of the value of the goods and services provided must be disclosed, including, if appropriate, a statement to the effect that only "intangible religious benefits," as defined in section 170(f)(8)(B)(iii), were involved.
In the last issue of the Journal the article "A Synergistic Program Evaluation Model Partnership Between a State Agency and University Program" had an acknowledgement omitted.