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Definition of Acknowledger

Acknowledger
Acknowledger Ac*knowl"edg*er, n. One who acknowledges.

Meaning of Acknowledger from wikipedia

- daughter better quarters and permission to see each other if they would acknowledge Anne Boleyn as the new queen. Both refused. In late December 1535, sensing...
- Acknowledge, acknowledgment, or acknowledgement may refer to: Acknowledgment (creative arts and sciences), a statement of gratitude for ****istance in...
- Vogel said that he made that decision out of concern of Chris Bosh and acknowledged that he might do it differently next time. In a back-and-forth series...
- a dedicated acknowledge wire in the control bus used to acknowledge each write—data acknowledge DACK used for ISA DMA; Data Acknowledge DATACK used in...
- the Act of Succession 1533, all adults in the Kingdom were required to acknowledge the Act's provisions (declaring Henry's marriage to Anne legitimate and...
- which eventually premiered in 2005, lasted for only one season and Nye acknowledged ditching his bow-tie on the program was a mistake. "I tried wearing a...
- have been produced in the 21st century. * Officially acknowledged figure. * Officially acknowledged figure. The productions listed here have their nominal...
- Congress still "refuse to accept climate change. Meanwhile, still others acknowledge the existence of global warming but cling to the scientifically debunked...
- economic and military problems weakened her po****rity. Elizabeth is acknowledged as a charismatic performer and a dogged survivor in an era when government...
- upon his death. Jane Austen's opening line, "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of...
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