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recognize

(rĕk′əg-nīz′)
tr.v. recog·nized, recog·nizing, recog·nizes
Biology To exhibit recognition for (an antigen or a substrate, for example).

rec′og·niz′a·ble adj.
rec′og·niz′a·bly adv.
rec′og·niz′er n.
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Ri Recognisability The recognisability rules specify that the protocol end entity receives at least one component that he or she believes to be recognisable.
Such restrictions on data sampling were introduced to separate the effects of recognisability of source words from those of lexicalisation (the case of older blends) and of analogy (the case of productive splinters).
Overnight he acquired everything he did not have -- fame, social status, instant recognisability, power and several suits.
Unlike American drama--and probably in order to distinguish from it--values like authenticity, realism, recognisability and credibility are equally important in the assessment of quality in Flemish drama.
building of a school in the South African Republic (international recognisability of FA),
The comparison results show that in case of installation of both measures a positive change in traffic indices is achieved: the driving speeds are decreased, hazardous manoeuvres are eliminated (especially the overtaking), visibility and recognisability of the intersection are improved.
The limited space available to Oriana as a speaking subject is constructed by the other supervisor: in this hemmed in space her recognisability as a supervisor depends upon her undertaking confirmatory actions.
The immediate co-texts of non-standard words like those listed above, with what Mauranen calls their "simultaneous deviance and recognisability with respect to a standard form," show that they "were not repaired by the speakers as if slips of the tongue, and none caused any noticeable reactions in their extended contexts" (2012:103).
Personally, though, I find much of it appealing, interesting, and often charming - the more so when the places portrayed have the additional advantage of contemporary recognisability.
Nor is it our contemporary world, where, as Agamben sees it, "what now defines my identity and recognisability are the senseless arabesques that my inked-up finger leaves on a card in some police station" (page 52).
The aim of this article is, first of all, to indicate the ideas which were used by ambushers in Poland in the period that preceded the EURO 2012, as well as to present the results of research which concerned the recognisability of the brands of official sponsors of the European Football Championship.
More specifically, this indicated that their appreciation of the following areas was positive: ease of use and management of the environment for the user, user's understanding of technical environment operation, recognisability of the overall design in the web environment developed, environment accessibility/usability, and environment flexibility.