Random good picture Not show
1. The Americans recognise that the UN can be the channel for greater diplomatic activity.
2. Most people recognise the need to pay a golden hello to attract the best.
3. I'd recognise your handwriting anywhere - it's unique.
4. Sam! I didn't recognise you in civvies.
5. Do you recognise the writing on the envelope?
6. They recognise the urgency of righting the economy.
7. One must recognise that homesickness is natural.
8. They only recognise badness when they perceive it in others.
9. The opposition parties do not recognise the political legitimacy of his government.
10. It's a long shot, but someone might recognise her from the photo and be able to tell us where she lives.
11. Don't be surprised if I pretend not to recognise you.
12. The police now recognise that big organisational changes are needed.
13. The fusty old establishment refused to recognise the demand for popular music.
14. He is waiting for them to recognise him and eventually they do,[sentencedict.com] much to his gratification.
15. Maybe it held some Masonic significance I didn't recognise.
16. You may not recognise these creches at first sight.
17. Many other distinguished fiscal economists recognise this.
18. Nevertheless, I recognise this as sentimentality.
19. We recognise the inherent limitations of our study.
20. The Hindus recognise three levels of consciousness: 1.
21. However, members wanted to recognise his outstanding contribution to the club so they elected him president.
22. The authors recognise the many methodological problems in studying disabilities that may result from hearing impairment.
23. A two-layer perceptron can recognise convex areas on its retina.
24. Ludicrously over-equipped tourists might recognise themselves from this checklist: Track or leisure suit.
25. Both sides must try to understand one another, to recognise each others' rights, feelings and beliefs.
26. She pronounced his name so badly he didn't even recognise it.
27. He put on a large hat and glasses as a disguise and hoped no one would recognise him.
28. Alcoholics often have to reach/hit rock bottom before they can recognise that they have a problem.
29. But is it not desirable to encourage authors to recognise their social responsibility?
30. In providing our public services, we will continue to recognise the particular needs of people who live in the countryside.
More similar words: recognised, recognize, recognition, incognito, cognitive, cognizant, cognizance, cognate, economic recovery, recon, canonised, agonise, recoup, record, recoil, demonise, organise, recover, recourse, precook, recount, patronise, precise, recovery, recommend, scrutinise, recompense, recording, reconcile, recovered.