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  • Then, as today, numerous writers sold their works and received no acknowledgement.
  • For this reason his acknowledgement of a strong government has increased.
  • In another instant he did not know what surrender, what acknowledgement he might have made. Cited from The Captives, by Hugh Walpole
  • No word of acknowledgement seems to have reached its author from the Pope. Cited from History of the English People, Volume II (of 8), by John Richard Green
  • Indeed, the proper acknowledgement of your letter seems to be that one should do something, not say something. Cited from Selected English Letters (XV - XIX Centuries), by Various
  • This was an acknowledgement of the high level of the training and the research works.
  • Material from this source may be used with acknowledgement of the source.
  • The young man began to look at him as in acknowledgement of his being himself in observation. Cited from The Ambassadors, by Henry James
  • The book ends as it began, with the acknowledgement that the story was made up.
  • Several of her poems indicated her acknowledgement of feeling out of place through thinking and living.
  • This provides acknowledgement of how decisions are taken at the highest international level.
  • But when he leaves with no acknowledgement, she realizes again she is wrong.
  • Much of their work is directed towards the acknowledgement and protection of at-risk individuals' human rights.
  • However, by later that year, there was a strong desire to have a more public acknowledgement of those served.
  • Fair dealing for research should be accompanied by acknowledgement if this is possible.
  • He was never to receive full acknowledgement for this life-saving work.
  • In western countries the secondary market remains a black market with little to no social acceptance or official acknowledgement.
  • The city did not have a clear foundation date or any official acknowledgement thereof.
  • Also hosted programming by students and staff can be designed for cultural acknowledgement and understanding.
  • However, an acknowledgement of the gift was sent to his home instead.
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