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acknowledgement

a therapeutic technique characterized by providing feedback to individuals, assuring them that they have been heard.

Acknowledgement

A formal written recognition by the author(s) of a report, study, review, or other communication, of technical, financial, or collaborative contributions by others not listed as authors of the published work.
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But my advice: put those acknowledgment stoppers in the trash, and deliver them, even with your considerations.
Absent substantive language in the acknowledgment regarding goods or services received in consideration, the Tax Court held that the amount of the deduction cannot be known or calculated.
Fox recommended giving a special acknowledgment telephone call to consistent mid-level donors.
This type of acknowledgment is due within 30 days of the sale, and must be attached to the donor's tax return.
An at-will statement and acknowledgment also should be included in the employment application and employee handbook.
As a show of good faith and an acknowledgment of the former historical site, HHN incorporated some of the bricks into the architecture in the lobby and identified them as such, Cox says.
How, and why, did the acknowledgment of Jesus get dropped?
Official acknowledgment of and reparations for slavery and its continuing vestiges will make real the promise of the 13th Amendment and help heal a racially divided society.
The measure would bar the courts from preventing government acknowledgment or sponsorship of religion--for starters.
eliminates the requirement that providers obtain consent for treatment, payment, or healthcare operations; rather, providers will need to make a good-faith effort to obtain a patient's written acknowledgment of receipt of the provider's notice of privacy practices (assuming, of course, that the provider has created such a notice).
You must obtain from the consumer, at the time a consumer receives the disclosures required under paragraphs (a) or (b) of this section, or at the time of the initial purchase by the consumer of an insurance product or annuity, a written acknowledgment by the consumer that the consumer received the disclosures.