He practically acknowledged at the time that that was the only object of his visit.
Did we not love mankind, so meekly acknowledging their feebleness, lovingly lightening their burden, and permitting their weak nature even sin with our sanction?
I acknowledge humbly that I have no faculty for settling such questions, I have a Euclidian earthly mind, and how could I solve problems that are not of this world?
But try acknowledging you are in fault to a woman.
I acknowledge that women are a subject race and must obey.
For in the past, monks of very holy life had died, God-fearing old men, whose saintliness was acknowledged by all, yet from their humble coffins, too, the breath of corruption had come, naturally, as from all dead bodies, but that had caused no scandal nor even the slightest excitement.
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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.