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  • To the latter especially, I am glad to acknowledge my indebtedness. Cited from Wild Flowers, by Neltje Blanchan
  • So I have used them whenever I could find an opportunity, and it is but just that I acknowledge my indebtedness to my little friends. Cited from The Emerald City of Oz, L. Frank Baum
  • To all these kind coadjutors I gladly acknowledge my indebtedness. Cited from Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Volume I
  • Nor must I omit to acknowledge my indebtedness to Messrs. Cited from Heart of the Vosges, by Matilda Betham-Edwards
  • I willingly acknowledge my indebtedness to my old hands, their well-founded convictions that were the fruit of long years of practical experience, and their readiness to impart them in times of doubt and difficulty. Cited from Grain and Chaff from an English Manor, by Arthur H. Savory
  • I must acknowledge my indebtedness to Mr. Prime for the possibility of filling in certain gaps in the correspondence; and for much interesting material not now otherwise obtainable. Cited from Samuel F. B. Morse, His Letters and Journals, by Samuel F. B. Morse
  • But I hereby acknowledge my indebtedness to the good fellow who told me the object of the ringing of the bell -- for he has unconsciously started up some of the most amusing recollections of my life. Cited from The Continental Monthly, Vol. I, Apr, 1862, Number IV, by Various
  • I desire gratefully to acknowledge my indebtedness to many faithful, loving and able students of Venetian lore, without whose books my own presentation of Venice in the sixteenth century would have been impossible. Cited from A Golden Book of Venice, by Mrs. Lawrence Turnbull
  • That is the basis of sound procedure for the cure of stammering and I must acknowledge my indebtedness to this sincere old gentleman who did so much for me in the way of knowledge, even though he did but little for me in the way of results. Cited from Stammering, Its Cause and Cure, Benjamin N. Bogue
  • And now that I have made a feeble effort to express my homage and acknowledge my indebtedness to him and others among you, I will make a second effort, which I hope you will not find so feeble as the first, to entertain you. Cited from Experiments with Alternate Currents..., by Nikola Tesla
  • I change his words in many cases, and do not mean to unload on him any responsibility for my statements, but do wish to acknowledge my indebtedness to him and at the same time to avoid the necessity for the continual use of quotation marks. Cited from The Philippines: Past and Present (Vol. 1 of 2), by Dean C. Worcester
  • Much in them has, I do not doubt, come to me directly or indirectly by inspiration or suggestion of other writers and speakers, and I desire therefore to acknowledge my indebtedness to the living, both inside and outside our borders, as well as to the holy dead. Cited from Our Master, by Bramwell Booth
  • It gives me great pleasure to acknowledge my indebtedness to Dr. Frank H. Chase, who has very carefully read my translation in manuscript; and to Professor Albert S. Cook, who has given me his help and advice at all stages of my work from its inception to its publication. Cited from Andreas: The Legend of St. Andrew, by Unknown
  • For this and other valuable information I wish to acknowledge my indebtedness and to express my thanks to The Dramatic Mirror and its courteous Vaudeville Editor, Frederick James Smith. Cited from Writing for Vaudeville, by Brett Page
  • It is with great pleasure that I acknowledge my indebtedness to Professor Scott, of Melbourne University (at whose suggestion the work was undertaken), for his interest and advice; and to Arthur Wadsworth, Esq., Chief Librarian for the Parliament of the Commonwealth, for his courteous assistance. Cited from Source Book Of Australian History, Compiled by Gwendolen H. Swinburne
  • I wish, however, to acknowledge my indebtedness to all who have patiently labored in this field, and especially to those Masters of Child Study, G. Stanley Hall, John Dewey, Earl Barnes, Edwin A. Kirkpatrick and Edward L. Thorndike. Cited from Your Child: Today and Tomorrow, by S. M. Gruenberg