acknow

acknow

(ækˈnəʊ)
vb (tr)
to recognizeto acknowledge, admit, confess
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It overlooks one of the most famous surfing beaches in Cornwall, but it acknow Po Di gas also acknowledges that not everyone wants to live in a camper van and eat Pot Noodles.
Or we can say 'now is the time' and acknow ledge we have a historic opportunity to take a further step towards the integration of the euro zone, to reach the other shore.
Defense lawyer Terri Wood acknow ledged Stacker had done wrong by going online to find child pornography.
Like many, I acknow ledge owners are critical to racing's wellbeing, but where would they be without public support?
You tend to find towar a campaign that the earl more important than you at the time," acknow Walters, who is in form scoring in Stoke's last games.
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Even if we were to find that the presence of recognised trade unions was associated with a high-trust relationship, we would have to acknow ledge that forcing employers to recognise unions against their wishes could well sour employee relations rather than improve them, as some have argued (Confederation of British Industry, 1998).
It acknow ledged that neither more onerous reporting requirements nor additional taxes would be conducive to helping the sector develop and could place Canadian firms at a disadvantage.
Recent empirical studies suggest that the initiative process may, indeed, fail to increase policy responsiveness (truth in advertising requires me to acknow ledge one such study is my own).
With tormentors-in-chief from the last Ashes series Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne on the road back to fitness he acknow ledges England deserve to start as underdogs.