Which preposition to use with recognize

as Occurrences 655%

One thing, however, shines out clear: Wisdom is being recognized as having a moral aspect, and men are looking for a Religion which shall sum up the learning of the sages, the information of the race.

in Occurrences 412%

Judge of my surprise when I recognized in the stranger my old friend and partner, Wild Bill, disguised as a Confederate officer.

at Occurrences 71%

General WASHINGTON will be recognized at once, while in the background can be discerned that brilliant officerGeneral GREEN.

among Occurrences 21%

Thou wilt not then be recognized among the sheep.

with Occurrences 18%

I recognized with another distinct sensation of pleasure that here were people who had authority, representatives of some kind of government.

on Occurrences 18%

From the beginning it was recognized on all sides that it would be idle to propose general compulsory arbitration for all subjects.

from Occurrences 12%

An aide that he recognized from division headquarters rode past at the moment and Jack turned to watch him.

for Occurrences 10%

The political autonomy of Finland, which has been recognized for exactly one hundred years, would have been without legal foundation.

by Occurrences 7%

She stood and gazed at them, recognizing by degrees faces that she knew, and seeing in all that look of grief and sympathy which makes all human souls brothers.

to Occurrences 6%

From those sentiments, he never swerves, recognizing to the last the breadth of character of the most generous of his critics, and referring to him, during his later years in Italy, as the Wizard and the Ariosto of the North.

throughout Occurrences 6%

The young Virginian received in her drawing-rooms carried away a distinction which was recognized throughout the State.

of Occurrences 4%

Recognizing of course the qualifications inherent in so broad a statement the answer is: the handling of the lime salts.

without Occurrences 3%

Then unworthily filling the same office which I have the honour to hold at the present moment, I discharged the glorious duty (if a portion of glory may attach to the humble instrument of a glorious cause) of recognizing without delay the rights of the Spanish nation, and of at once adopting that gallant people into the closest amity with England.

after Occurrences 3%

The great value of practical hygiene, especially of social hygiene, which is greater than that of individual hygiene, has been recognized after the marvelous scientific discoveries concerning the origin and primitive causes of the most dangerous diseases.

between Occurrences 3%

Both races were thus made equal before the law, and no legal distinction was recognized between conqueror and conquered.

beyond Occurrences 3%

We scrutinized it closely, and both recognized beyond dispute that the drawing had been executed in the way that Miss A. indicated.

through Occurrences 3%

But since an inward Principle can, of necessity, have only a potential existence, until called into action by some outward object, it is also clear that any similar effect, which shall then be recognized through it, from any number of differing and distinct objects, can only arise from some mutual relation between a something in the objects and in the Principle supposed, as their joint result and proper product.

within Occurrences 3%

The Catholic religion, as that of the majority, was again taken under the special protection of the State, the salaries of the clergy again paid by the nation, and the Papal authority over the Church again recognized within well-defined limits; while full toleration of other religions was maintained.

under Occurrences 2%

It is scarcely possible to err in recognizing under this thin veil of imagery a description of the daily struggle between light and darkness, day and night.

about Occurrences 2%

Now the great fact to be recognized about a unity is that, because it is a single unit, wherever it is at all the whole of it must be.

during Occurrences 2%

I did not consider it advisable to carry out this alteration during the war, and it was also difficult under the hour to hour stress of war to rearrange all the duties of the Naval Staff in the manner most convenient to the conduct of Staff business, although its desirability was recognized during 1917.

amongst Occurrences 2%

We begin even to recognize amongst them diversities of race, and to distinguish the Iberians of Gaul, alias Aquitanians, and the Kymrians or Belgians from the Gauls, to whom the name of Celts is confined.

over Occurrences 1%

There is a certain melancholy interest in wandering through these silent streets, peering through the windows and recognizing over the vaults names famous in Florence.

past Occurrences 1%

Also, not long afterwards, the maps of Nicolay and Zaltieri adopted the reverse treatment of transferring Brazil to Newfoundland waters, as if recognizing past error and restoring its proper place.

termwith Occurrences 1%

I remembered how, long ago, in the old earth-days, I had half suspected that, in some unexplainable manner, this house, in which I live, was en rapportto use a recognized termwith that other tremendous structure, away in the midst of that incomparable Plain.

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