Only 17 nations still recognise Taiwan.
But privately, many Muslims recognise that Israel will not go away.
You might not recognise his face but you'll definitely recognise his work.
We recognise the beginnings of original ideas which have not had their development in any previous novel.
So why can't they recognise the Taliban?
To recognise that is to recognise reality
If you don't recognise Andy Puddicombe's name, you MIGHT recognise the soothing sound of his voice.
When you register for a Guardian Jobs account with us, we give you a unique ID number to recognise you when you are signed in to our services.
When you register for a Guardian account, we assign you a unique ID number that we use to recognise you when you are signed in to our services.
Under the formula Iraq would first recognise Kuwait and its borders, as set out in United Nations resolutions, and help the Red Cross in the search for missing Kuwaitis.
Intelligent Scan, for example, scans your iris in low-lighting if it cannot recognise your face and scans your face in high-lighting if it cannot recognise your irises.
Many readers will recognise the curious and unsettling scenario whereby a dead friend or relative pops up zombie-like on Facebook, perhaps in a prompt to recognise a birthday.
To play a role in fulfilling Palestinian aspirations, to unify the Palestinian people, Hamas must put an end to violence, recognise past agreements, recognise Israel's right to exist.
In an interview with the Kiev Post, Zeljko Lezaja, a landmine expert with the International Committee of the Red Cross, said: “Mines don’t recognise ceasefires, they don’t recognise friends or enemies.
Recognise and reward policy engagement: Improving engagement via these routes requires career paths that allow researchers to move between policy and research careers, with incentive structures that reward or recognise such work.
Mr Maduro is consequently facing growing opposition to his rule from the international community but has so far remained characteristically bullish on the subject: "What f**k do I give that Europe does not recognise me, that Washington does not recognise me?
Steve Belgrau, who runs The Pet Joint company in Bylchau near Denbigh, said to make matters worse a number of councils do not recognise dog day care as a distinct service and at least two - Flintshire and Wrexham - do not recognise it as a licensable activity at all.
"I think we all recognise the enormous strain that has been placed on the whole system and we also recognise that right across the globe people are trying to get the same items of PPE from quite a limited number of suppliers," Mr Williamson said at the daily Downing Street coronavirus briefing.
Mr Davies said the amendment was "broadly right", adding: "The government is on the wrong side of this argument and I hope that the government will recognise that and I hope that the government will, in returning to the chamber, recognise its position is neither sustainable nor credible on that particular matter."
Key Stage 1 (Strand 1): their own and other’s feelings and emotions and how their actions affect others; Begin to recognise, name and manage their feelings and emotions and realise that they are a natural, important and healthy part of being human; Begin to recognise and manage the effects of strong feelings such as anger, sadness or loss.
- show approval or appreciation of
- grant credentials to
- detect with the senses
- express greetings upon meeting someone
- express obligation, thanks, or gratitude for
- be fully aware or cognizant of
- perceive to be the same
- accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority
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Key Stage 1 Strand 1 their own and others feelings and emotions and how their actions affect others Begin to recognise name and manage their feelings and emotions and realise that they are a natural important and healthy part of being human Begin to recognise and manage the effects of strong feelings such as anger sadness or loss