Definition of Acknowledgment. Meaning of Acknowledgment. Synonyms of Acknowledgment

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- Acknowledge, acknowledgment, or acknowledgement may refer to: Acknowledgment (creative arts and sciences), a statement of gratitude for ****istance in...
- creative arts and scientific literature, an acknowledgement (also spelled acknowledgment in American and Canadian English) is an expression of a gratitude for...
- In law, an acknowledgment is a declaration or avowal of one's own act, used to authenticate legal instruments, which may give the instrument legal validity...
- (British English spelling) or acknowledgment index (American English spelling) is a method for indexing and analyzing acknowledgments in the scientific literature...
- acknowledged by the receiver. The receiver informs the transmitter in each acknowledgment packet the current maximum receiver buffer size (window boundary). The...
- provide reliable communication over such networks use a combination of acknowledgments (i.e. an explicit receipt from the destination of the data), retransmission...
- United States December 2003) ("Because of Their "History and Ubiquity," Acknowledgments of Religion in Patriotic or Historical Contexts Are Entirely Consistent...
- Hart LA, Boltz RP (1988). "The effects of service dogs on social acknowledgments of people in wheelchairs". The Journal of Psychology. 122 (1): 39–45...
- and authenticate the execution of certain cl****es of do****ents, take acknowledgments of deeds and other conveyances, protest notes and bills of exchange...
- s**** to distant s****, upholding the laws of the stars above.' and in acknowledgments 'Also, for those who understood the reference to a 'lonely god' when...
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