"My name really is Lukian Timofeyovitch," acknowledged Lebedeff, lowering his eyes, and putting his hand on his heart.
He has acknowledged himself to be in the wrong.
All is now clear, and we acknowledge the truth of your main point.
As to Mr. Burdovsky, allowing for his principles, we may acknowledge that he engaged in the business with very little personal aim in view.
He had chosen his ideal, and he was bound to serve her, and break lances for her, and acknowledge her as the ideal of pure Beauty, whatever she might say or do afterwards.
If I were in your place, I should not acknowledge that unless it were absolutely necessary for some reason.
)—if you are capable of observing and seeing things as you evidently do, how is it that you saw nothing distorted or perverted in that claim upon your property, which you acknowledged a day or two since; and which was full of arguments founded upon the most distorted views of right and wrong?
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She acknowledged that she might have forgotten.
It is important to acknowledge the work of others in one’s own writing.