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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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A substantial return benefit is any benefit other than (1) a use or acknowledgment of the payor's name or logo for exempt-organization activities (Regs.
First, it requires donors to obtain a written acknowledgment for contributions of $250 or more.
Taxpayers must obtain an acknowledgment for any single charitable contribution of cash or property that amounts to $250 or more.
Written acknowledgments of charitable contributions should contain
This form should be mailed on the next business day after the preparer has received the IRS acknowledgment that the return was accepted.
Nontaxable acknowledgments may not include comparative statements (e.
This award is an acknowledgment of the innovation that Crusoe is enabling in these emerging mobile computing products.
Other critical capabilities include faster order acknowledgment through Pubnet 2000's Rapid Response(TM) feature usually within 15 minutes of placement - and a suite of key business documents, including invoices and shipping and return notices, ready for electronic transmission.
Because of features like dynamic link recovery and progressive acknowledgment, our customers are saving time and money.
NASA's GSFC will continue to add trading partners throughout 1995 and include different types of EDI transactions, such as functional acknowledgments, invoices, and advanced ship notices -- all key components of doing business electronically.
Progressive acknowledgment policy: Reflection TCP/IP maintains reliability while progressively reducing the number of ACKs (acknowledgments) being generated across the network, thus reducing overhead and costs.
The executor argued the acknowledgments were sufficient and also submitted affidavits from the two lawyers who took the parties signatures on the prenuptial agreement and stating that they respectively knew each of the parties at the time the agreement was executed.