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used in The Bourne Identity

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express recognition of someone or something; or admit something
  • He felt these things, acknowledging his own panic as he felt them.
    Chapter 1 (9% in)
  • He found his vision, refusing to acknowledge the pain.
    Chapter 7 (51% in)
  • None was prepared to acknowledge that the army had obtained information where his own organization had failed.
    Chapter 15 (1% in)
  • When questioned, an officer of the bank, Herr Walther Apfel, acknowledged that there was an ongoing investigation into matters pertaining to the American company, but pursuant to Swiss law, "the bank would have no further comment-to anyone."
    Chapter 18 (88% in)
  • The first belonged to the aging senator from Colorado, the second was Brigadier General I. A. Crawford-Irwin Arthur, freely translated as Iron Ass-acknowledged spokesman for Army Intelligence and defender of the G-2 data banks.
    Chapter 22 (6% in)
  • Bourne interrupted, refusing to acknowledge the Medusan's accuracy.
    Chapter 30 (71% in)
  • It was my silence, I imagine, and the fact that I could not take my eyes off her that forced her to acknowledge me, then concentrate on me.
    Chapter 33 (4% in)
  • It may not want to acknowledge him, but it will call off its hangmen.
    Chapter 34 (7% in)
  • By clearing you, we acknowledge you.
    Chapter 34 (99% in)

There are no more uses of "acknowledge" in The Bourne Identity.

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