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acknowledging timeの例文

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  • Even the most enthusiastic backers of a French role in Africa acknowledge times have changed.
  • Even Jackson, who has steadfastly stood by his core group, acknowledged time is growing short.
  • Most, including the filmmakers, acknowledge time had to be compressed to keep the audience's interest.
  • Greeting people, Constantinescu acknowledged times were hard.
  • Arifin said Abudrrahman was now able to speak clearly and his capability to acknowledge time and place were getting better.
  • Standing in his box watching the first inning Sunday, knowing the San Francisco Giants had won that afternoon, Claire acknowledged time is short.
  • Britain, Germany and France will have another go Monday at saving duty-free shopping within the EU, but officials from those nations acknowledge time is running out for the popular traveler's perk.
  • That the authorities themselves have rightly acknowledged time and again that the tourism industry is " very competitive " demonstrates the realisation that spectacular results are not forthcoming without extra effort.
  • Britain, Germany and France also will have another go Monday at saving duty-free shopping within the EU, but officials from those nations acknowledge time is running out for the popular traveler's perk.
  • To Doar and Jason A . Turner, the city's welfare commissioner, such concerns fail to acknowledge time limits as part of a successful campaign to end welfare dependency and to help people escape poverty by joining the private economy.
  • The writers acknowledged time travel had been overused in the other series, but it served a good purpose in creating a new set of adventures for the original characters before they could completely do away with it in other films.
  • He acknowledges with humility the null-hypothesis, he admits that his observation may say more about himself than about observed phenomenon; he acknowledges time autocorrelating nature; he acknowledges that one progresses faster by eliminating poor hypotheses than by defending plausible ones ( 1994 ).