Sources: Law Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
The lawyer shook his head, as if disturbed by her acknowledgment of this.
In particular, she avoided to the extent she could, without denying it, any discussion of her own homosexuality or any acknowledgment of her own ambition.
I owe, therefore, my life to you; and, for the first token of my acknowledgment, give you your liberty from this moment, till I can complete your recompense as I intend.
Its general acceptance requires the acknowledgment of the truth that one cannot make all people richer by printing money.
It was the only acknowledgment he received from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in his career.
Prime Minister Berlusconi said this agreement should put an end to 40 years of discord and is a concrete and moral acknowledgment of the damage inflicted on Libya by Italy during the colonial era.
Nor does it offer much hope in terms of change or even general acknowledgment of what actually happened to these people, most of them peasants.
Dr Fang had written an article that drew on a paper in Science without, Dr Xiao felt, proper acknowledgment of the original researcher.
Mr. Phelps ’ transgression, and his acknowledgment of poor judgment, is certain to rock the worlds of the legions of youthful swimmers who dream of emulating him.
Thus, this acknowledgment of the otherness of the other, which makes him the object of objective knowledge, involves the fundamental suspension of his claim to truth.