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Most people recognise the need to pay a golden hello to attract the best.
The Americans recognise that the UN can be the channel for greater diplomatic activity.
They recognise the urgency of righting the economy.
They only recognise badness when they perceive it in others.
The IOC may also recognise associations of NOCs formed at continental or world level.
By learning to recognise our dark side, we diminish its power in our lives.
The fusty old establishment refused to recognise the demand for popular music.
Although Chinese lineage is our proud heritage, we must recognise the difference between race and nationality.
The idea that computers can recognise human voices surprises many people.
They had failed to recognise signs on their instrument panel indicating a serious problem in the left engine.
They had failed to recognise signs on their instrument panel indicating a serious problem.
If marriage is to succeed in the 1990's, then people have to recognise the new pressures it is facing.
The opposition parties do not recognise the political legitimacy of his government.
All postal operators recognise, however, that the epistolary habit has taken a hit from the internet.
The Oscars are not to reward popularity, the Academy's defenders retort. They recognise eternal greatness.
学院奖的捍卫者反驳, 奥斯卡奖不应该奖励流行影片, 它嘉奖的是永恒的伟大作品.
Even if you don't consciously know the buildings, you will recognise the photographs.
This research concludes that males and females respond alike when they recognise a thief.
Nottingham Business Schoo recognise the possibility of individuals not fina thesis of 30,000 words.
I can recognise the actor but can't put a name to him.
The police now recognise that big organisational changes are needed.
There's a microphone in Boss's ear, and it will recognise certain commands.
They command you to be able to recognise problems and coming up with solutions.
Recognise me not, by word, by sign, by look!
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They recognise that tough action offers the only hope of beating inflation.