Noun(1) the state or quality of being recognized or acknowledged(2) the process of recognizing something or someone by remembering(3) approval(4) coming to understand something clearly and distinctly(5) (biology(6) the explicit and formal acknowledgement of a government or of the national independence of a country(7) an acceptance (as of a claim(8) designation by the chair granting a person the right to speak in a deliberative body
(1) they are granting full recognition to the republic(2) In such talks, Pyongyang would demand, as it has before, large sums of economic aid and political recognition for its totalitarian regime in exchange for promises not to use its weapons.(3) In the past two seasons it has changed out of all recognition and the Six Nations has become so dynamic.(4) The awards are recognition of the achievement of exceptional standards in the production and handling of fresh produce.(5) She was acclaimed in the New Year's Honours List in recognition of her continued services to the tourism industry in York and Yorkshire.(6) Gay men and lesbians face many obstacles in winning legal recognition of their relationships.(7) There are now some two to three million people in the world seeking some form of constitutional recognition of their existence, as a group, and some form of self-government.(8) Although its public and corporate relations have improved beyond recognition , the bank's executives have not always been the best at communicating the company's success to the City.(9) Speaking after several days of confusion, Vanuatu government spokesman Kalvau Moli said yesterday that formal recognition had been granted to Taipei.(10) Delivering the Vietnam Veteran's Day speech, Premier Paul Lennon said he was pleased the veterans were now receiving proper recognition .(11) China sees Taiwan as a renegade province which does not deserve diplomatic recognition from the international community.(12) Bromley's sporting talent is to be rewarded in the Excellence Awards in recognition of their achievements.(13) It was actually a deer-crossing sign, but it was dented and chipped almost beyond recognition by rifle shots, where the locals had been practising firing off rounds from a moving pick-up truck.(14) They are crucial to proper recognition and treatment of the disorder, not just at the beginning but throughout.(15) But now that he is dead, his body mutilated almost beyond recognition , it seems right to recall what he said.(16) Earlier this year, she joined Winston Churchill and Nelson Mandela in being made an Honorary Freeman of the City of Leeds in recognition of her outstanding service to music.
(1) pattern recognition :: adnabod patrymau
1. identification ::
2. acknowledgment ::
3. official approval ::
4. appreciation ::
5. credit ::
6. realization ::
Different Formsnonrecognition, recognition
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