How to use Acknowledgement in a sentence

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  • Rather, it is an acknowledgement of progress made.

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  • She inhaled deeply and waited for some response or acknowledgement from Jackson.

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  • The winning team was sent a certificate in acknowledgement of their recent success.

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  • Tom nodded across the room to Stacy in acknowledgement and approval of her comment.

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  • She didn't do the job so that she would be recognized, but she expected at least some acknowledgement for her hard work.

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  • Acknowledgement of their employee's hard work is an important quality for a supervisor to have.

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  • It is an acknowledgement that war is completely a choice and our choice can be "no."

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  • They might want to cheat as an acknowledgement that something is wrong in their marriage and needs to be fixed.

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  • The phone rang and she answered it, lifting an index finger to him in acknowledgement of his statement.

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  • Smile and nod while she talks as an acknowledgement that you are listening.

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  • But with careful consideration of different options and honest acknowledgement of necessary services, anyone can find ways to trim the bill without scrimping on phone calls.

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  • Often, getting a tattoo is a rite of passage during the grieving period to symbolize acknowledgement that the deceased is no longer with them on the physical plane.

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  • Namaste - an Indian acknowledgement meaning "I bow to the divine in you."

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  • Depending on the level of the particular relationship and extent of effort put forth, the acknowledgement can be as simple as a thank you note or a small token of appreciation, especially one in the interest of the writer.

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  • The Webster Groves High School Art Department makes use of this, including acknowledgement of the student team and coaches working on the site.

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  • Many people, however, feel that asking for help is an acknowledgement of a poor relationship, but nothing could be further from the truth.

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  • Friends may exchange significant rings whenever they feel there is a promise to be made, whether it is intended as a simple acknowledgement of a friendship or there is a deeper commitment.

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