acknowledgment

[n] - a statement acknowledging something or someone
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Acknowledgment

Ac·knowl'edg·ment (-m e nt) noun 1. The act of acknowledging; admission; avowal; owning; confession. 'An acknowledgment of fault.' Froude. 2. The act of owning or recognized in a particular character or relationship; recognition as regards the existence, authorit...
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acknowledgment

acknowledgement noun a statement acknowledging something or someone; `she must have seen him but she gave no sign of acknowledgment`; `the preface contained an acknowledgment of those who had helped her`
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Acknowledgment

• (n.) The act of acknowledging; admission; avowal; owning; confession. • (n.) The act of owning or recognized in a particular character or relationship; recognition as regards the existence, authority, truth, or genuineness. • (n.) The owning of a benefit received; courteous recognition; expression of thanks. • (n.) Something g...
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acknowledgment

acknowledgment, in law, formal declaration or admission by a person who executed an instrument (e.g., a will or a deed) that the instrument is his. The acknowledgment is made before a court, a notary public, or any other authorized person. Acknowledgment permits the instrument to be given in evidenc...
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Acknowledgment

n. acknowledgment is a declaration or avowal of one's own act, to give it legal validity. It is the act of the grantor going before a competent officer and declaring some action or deed to be recorded legally as his own. Also the certificate of the officer who that such a declaration has been made to him is an acknowledgement. The officer having th...
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Acknowledgment

[creative arts and sciences] In the creative arts and scientific literature, an acknowledgment (also spelled acknowledgement) is an expression of gratitude for assistance in creating an original work. Receiving credit by way of acknowledgment rather than authorship indicates that the person or organization did not have a direct hand in prod...
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Acknowledgment

[law] 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, and works to prevent the recording of false instruments or fraudulent executions. Acknowledgement involves a public official, frequently a notary public. The party executing the l...
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acknowledgment

the act of going before a qualified officer (e.g., Clerk) and declaring the validity of the document. The officer certifies same, whose certification is known as the acknowledgment
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acknowledgment

Short declaration at end of a legal paper showing paper was duly executed and acknowledged.
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Acknowledgment

(1) A statement of acceptance of responsibility. (2) The short declaration at the end of a legal paper showing that the paper was duly executed and acknowledged.
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Acknowledgment

A formal declaration made before a duly authorized officer, usually a notary public, by a person who
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Acknowledgment

Notification sent from one network device to another to acknowledge that some event (for example, receipt of a message) has occurred. Sometimes abbreviated ACK.
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acknowledgment

the state or quality of being recognized
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