1 Look here, Mr. Sherlock Holmes," he said, "we are all ready to acknowledge that you are a smart man, and that you have your own methods of working.
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2 I acknowledge to this ridiculous idiosyncrasy, as a reason why I would give them a little more play.
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3 He could not bring himself to acknowledge, in presence of such an assembly, the son whom he had renounced and disinherited.
4 And now to my boon," said the King, "which I ask not with one jot the less confidence, that thou hast refused to acknowledge my lawful sovereignty.
5 Rowena was ever ready to acknowledge the claims, and attend to the feelings, of others.
6 They should be alive and frisky, and acknowledge the great god Pan.
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7 Fanny's heart was not absolutely the only saddened one amongst them, as she soon began to acknowledge to herself.
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8 I could not see him and my eldest sister in the same room without recollecting what you once told me, and I acknowledge that they did not meet as friends.
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9 Anne had never seen her father and sister before in contact with nobility, and she must acknowledge herself disappointed.
10 When he did perceive and acknowledge her, however, it was done with all his usual frankness and good humour.
11 Anne could just acknowledge within herself such a possibility of having been induced to marry him, as made her shudder at the idea of the misery which must have followed.
12 Thus much indeed he was obliged to acknowledge: that he had been constant unconsciously, nay unintentionally; that he had meant to forget her, and believed it to be done.
13 Take a pinch of snuff, Doctor, and acknowledge that I have scored over you in your example.
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14 Such are the adventures of last night, and you must acknowledge, my dear Holmes, that I have done you very well in the matter of a report.
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15 I think that you will acknowledge that the problem was already one of interest, but my observations soon made me realize that it was in truth much more extraordinary than would at first sight appear.
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