Some articles on recognized:
... Club Winners Runners-up Championship seasons Tirana 24* 13 1911 (not yet recognized by AFA) 1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1936, 1937, 1939 (not yet recognized by AFA ...
... Previously, it was recognized by Gloyd (1936) and Klauber (1936) ... (1972) concluded no subspecies should be recognized ... Dundee and Rossman (1989) recognized C ...
... The deposed King and his internationally recognized Government of the Kingdom of Montenegro in Exile in Neilly was informed of this by French intelligence ... At these two conferences, the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was internationally recognized, but the Montenegrin question itself was left to be later resolved because of a ... The independence of Montenegro was recognized by the Great Powers until 1922 after which all states accepted the Yugoslav claim on this state ...
... Pauline Musters (February 26, 1876 - March 1, 1895) at 23 inches (58 cm) tall, recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the shortest woman ever ... Preceded by Lucia Zarate Shortest Recognized Woman ever 1895-present Succeeded by - Preceded by Lucia Zarate Shortest Recognized adult human ever 1895-1990 Succeeded by Gul ...
... Boraginales is recognized in neither of two major classification systems, the Cronquist system and the APG II system, but has been recognized in some recent references ... including within it the traditionally recognized families Hydrophyllaceae and Lennoaceae based on recent molecular phylogenies that show that ...
More definitions of "recognized":
- (adj): Provided with a secure reputation.
Example: "A recognized authority"
Famous quotes containing the word recognized:
“I find very reasonable the Celtic belief that the souls of our dearly departed are trapped in some inferior being, in an animal, a plant, an inanimate object, indeed lost to us until the day, which for some never arrives, when we find that we pass near the tree, or come to possess the object which is their prison. Then they quiver, call us, and as soon as we have recognized them, the spell is broken. Freed by us, they have vanquished death and return to live with us.”
—Marcel Proust (18711922)
“False greatness is unsociable and remote: conscious of its own frailty, it hides, or at least averts its face, and reveals itself only enough to create an illusion and not be recognized as the meanness that it really is. True greatness is free, kind, familiar and popular; it lets itself be touched and handled, it loses nothing by being seen at close quarters; the better one knows it, the more one admires it.”
—Jean De La Bruyère (16451696)
“There are no new truths, but only truths that have not been recognized by those who have perceived them without noticing. A truth is something that everybody can be shown to know and to have known, as people say, all along.”
—Mary McCarthy (19121989)