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  • Now it can be done in only one church and be recognized by both.
  • This need is often met when a particular set of house rules becomes generally recognized.
  • How do we recognize that two people we know are related to one another?
  • The company recognized that it needed to develop a personal computer much more quickly.
  • These could be easily recognized at a long distance and could be easily remembered.
  • He was most widely recognized for some of his books.
  • Game theory has been widely recognized as an important tool in many fields.
  • His government was recognized by many countries, as well as the United Nations.
  • General principles of law are those commonly recognized by the major legal systems of the world.
  • He did not recognize him because they had not seen each other for a long time.
  • This caused the pope to be recognized by all the great powers.
  • The national language is Spanish but English is recognized as an official language as well.
  • America was also the first country to recognize them after their independence.
  • The subject should come to recognize and to name his/his desire.
  • The company recognized that what had been seen as a secondary product line might be a big business.
  • The Saint was recognized because the young man had often seen his portrait.
  • His gifts were recognized and older men reached out to help him.
  • A place of worship has been recognized as such by court.
  • At the same time, he recognized the need for positive regard.
  • Eventually, they recognize that they are not dead and are on board a boat.
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Words starting with recognize

Meaning of recognize

  • verb Be fully aware or cognizant of
  • verb Perceive to be the same
  • verb Exhibit recognition for (an antigen or a substrate)
  • verb Show approval or appreciation of
    My work is not recognized by anybody!, The best student was recognized by the Dean