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1. I recognised Mary by her red hat.
2. The scale of the problem is now universally recognised.
3. I recognised her handwriting on the envelope.
4. There are recognised black spots in marriages which can lead to trouble.
5. He wondered if the girl behind the counter recognised him.
6. The government recognised there were problems in urban areas but these could never be an excuse for lawless behaviour.
7. Then the policeman recognised me, breaking into profuse apologies.
8. She recognised him from the night before .
9. When he turned round I recognised him immediately.
10. Denmark recognised the potential of wind energy early.
11. Parliament has recognised the inviolability of the current border.
12. We don't recognised him to be the lawful heir.
13. It's easily recognised by its bright blue tail feathers.
14. He wanted his power recognised.
15. We engaged the services of a recognised engineer.
16. He recognised that he was not qualified for a teacher.
17. From the bottom of the garden I recognised my father's tuneless whistle.
18. It was encouraging that he recognised the dangers facing the company.
19. The shapes in the paintings are easily recognised as his signature.
20. There are only two internationally recognised certificates in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
21. She squealed with delight as she recognised him instantly.
22. I recognised the uniform of a police constable.
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23. Today, her achievement was recognised with a civic reception.
24. Hungary has an excellent and internationally recognised cuisine.
25. And they belonged to no recognised union.
26. But he was later discharged after he was recognised.
27. As the car drew abreast of him, Jack suddenly recognised the driver.
28. At the time when this scheme was introduced, it was recognised that there might be problems.
29. The centrality of the German economy to the welfare of Europe must be recognised.
30. The inexperienced advice worker thus need no longer feel a burden on colleagues, as the need for support has formally been recognised.
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