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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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Applying the postulate R1 or the recognisability rule, we obtain that the user believes that the received message is recognisable.
This paper is in agreement with the idea suggested in Gries (2006) that blends and clipping compounds are formed according to different principles and differ in terms of similarity between the source words and their recognisability. This, in turn, suggests that novel words of these two categories should be processed differently.
resurrection, (6) recognisability of his "dear face," and
Frequently, the images of normality are simultaneously familiar and excessively performative, wringing the most 'recognisability' out of each segment.
Fairy tales offer a plethora of narratives and ideas for fantasy--particularly in a Discworld context, where we find typical fairy motifs such as witches, trolls and elves, they are specifically apt for parody because of their recognisability:
Coetzee points out that Ndebele's interpretation of "ordinariness" in the South African context does not celebrate easy recognisability, but rather "accented" multicultural differences of perception and interpretation of meaning.
This year, Lawrence topped the (http://www.thewrap.com/jennifer-lawrence-melissa-mccarthy-angelina-jolie-q-scores-megan-fox-scarlett-johansson/) TheWrap's rankings with a Q Score of 27 and 65 on Recognisability. She was followed by "Tammy" star Melissa McCarthy with only 2 points difference with 25.
Nevertheless, such an argumentation which favors disciplinary recognisability is too short-minded.
Yet, what complicates the recognisability of these representations for U.S.
Overnight he acquired everything he did not have -- fame, social status, instant recognisability, power and several suits.
(81) Interestingly, for these crime dramas America is now a positive point of reference, whereas in the past more emphasis was put on the un-American, 'typically Flemish' nature of fiction, connected to 'realism' and 'recognisability'.
--building of a school in the South African Republic (international recognisability of FA),