She asked to be recognized, and called out for attention when she was not acknowledged, at which point she continued to speak.
Kennedy had recognized that his own political aspirations would go nowhere during the postwar era.
“I am pleased they recognized anti-Semitism is wrong,” he said.
Violence against women was a problem in Haiti long before the earthquake, with rape only recognized as a crime in 2005.
But in the years that followed, no one had recognized their value as historical source material.
"There was the young poet," they said—but who would have recognized Earle?
Andrew, thrilling with horror, recognized one as a sawed-off shotgun.
These he read to his friends, and their merit was at once recognized.
He is pretty well known, and perhaps the picture will be recognized.
With another thrill, triumphant this time, I recognized my chance.
early 15c., "resume possession of land," back-formation from recognizance, or else from Old French reconoiss-, stem of reconoistre "to know again, identify, recognize," from Latin recognoscere "acknowledge, recall to mind, know again; examine; certify," from re- "again" (see re-) + cognoscere "know" (see cognizance). Meaning "know again, recall or recover the knowledge of, perceive an identity with something formerly known or felt" first recorded 1530s. Related: Recognized; recognizing.