1 All the way across the floor, a man, newly come and standing in the doorway, saw them, started in recognition and watched closely the slanting eyes in the sulky, rebellious face.
2 Somewhere in her mind, the bell of recognition rang, but for the moment she could not recall who he was.
3 As she half rose from her seat to look closer, the giant caught sight of her and his black face split in a grin of delighted recognition.
4 Scarlett took a step back as mutual recognition leaped into both faces.
5 If one did drag one's self out of bed at such an hour, and come down fresh and radiant to the monotony of note-writing, some special recognition of the sacrifice seemed fitting.
6 You don't remember me," she continued, brightening with the pleasure of recognition, "but I'd know you anywhere, I've thought of you such a lot.
7 If she had made the great sacrifice, at least she expected gratitude and recognition, Vida raged, while her conscious schoolroom mind fussily begged her to control this insanity.
8 How well I remember her laugh; it had in it the same sudden recognition that flashed into her eyes, was a burst of humour, short and intelligent.
9 They contemplated the photographs with pleased recognition; looked at some admiringly, as if these characters in their mother's girlhood had been remarkable people.
10 "You are burnt beyond recognition," he added, looking at his wife as one looks at a valuable piece of personal property which has suffered some damage.
11 The recognition did not lessen the reality, the poignancy of the revelation by any suggestion or promise of instability.
12 There was a recognition as he looked at the types of faces.
13 And with it all he was singularly free from recognition of the finer points of the conduct of prisoners of war.
14 "Mr. Wilson, I think," said he, in a tone of recognition, and extending his hand.
15 Tom and Daisy stared, with that peculiarly unreal feeling that accompanies the recognition of a hitherto ghostly celebrity of the movies.