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.
How frustrating is it to take the time to send somebody a missive and not being given the courtesy of an acknowledgement? In protest, I've stopped viewing my wife's cousin in New Zealand eating her tea and my employment history in future will be from imagination only.
(1) the taxpayer substantiates the contribution by a "contemporaneous" (see below) written acknowledgement of the contribution by the charity that meets certain requirements (see below), and includes the acknowledgement with the tax return that includes the deduction; and
The acknowledgement follows the Bahrain Financial Sector Assessment Programme report issued by the International Monetary Fund, which confirmed that the standard of securities market regulation and supervision in the kingdom is generally high and is compliant with most of the IOSCO principles of securities regulation.
Example 2 -- Assume that in order to entice Ted to donate his auto, the agent promised to issue a written acknowledgement to Ted indicating a gross proceeds sales price equal to the blue book retail value of $8,400, instead of the actual auctioned price of $4,000.
If companies are looking for a simple quality test for maximum throughput, this software is said to allow users to design and perform a single dynamic characterization test with a single pass/fail indication and acknowledgement. For more thorough quality testing, the software is said to allow users to design and sequentially perform dynamic characterization and static deflection tests.
1070 deny to the Supreme Court jurisdiction to hear appeals involving the "acknowledgement of God as the sovereign source of law, liberty or government," by any level of government or by any agent thereof.