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Cunei Form (software) - Features
... CuneiForm recognizes any print font (scanned from books, newspapers, magazines, laser printer output, dot-matrix printer output, typewriter text, etc.) ... It does not recognize handwritten or pseudo-handwritten text nor does it recognize decorative fonts (e.g ... can save text formatting, and also recognizes complicated tables (of any structure) ...
Nieman Foundation For Journalism - Awards
... Anthony Lukas Book Prize ($10,000, "recognizes superb examples of nonfiction writing that exemplify literary grace, a commitment to serious research and social concern") The ... for Conscience and Integrity in Journalism ("recognizes displays of conscience and integrity by individuals, groups or institutions in communications") The Taylor Family Award ...
Association Of Moving Image Archivists - Awards
... AMIA Awards recognize outstanding professional achievement in and contributions to the field of moving image archiving ... The Silver Light Award recognizes outstanding achievement over the course of an archivist's career ... O'Farrell Volunteer Award recognizes significant contributions to AMIA and to the field through their work as a volunteer ...
Canadian Multiculturalism Act - Content
... The Act also recognizes Canada's multicultural heritage and that this heritage must be protected recognizes Aboriginal rights recognizes English and French remain the only official ... recognizes minorities' rights to enjoy their cultures ...
Post–Armenian Genocide Timeline - 20th Century - 1997
... Belgium recognizes the Armenian Genocide ... April 4 Lebanon recognizes the Armenian Genocide ... December 3 Italy recognizes the Armenian Genocide ...

Famous quotes containing the word recognizes:

    How comes it that a cripple does not offend us, but a fool does? Because a cripple recognizes that we walk straight, whereas a fool declares that it is we who are silly; if it were not so, we should feel pity and not anger.
    Blaise Pascal (1623–1662)

    Paradoxically, the freedom of Paris is associated with a persistent belief that nothing ever changes. Paris, they say, is the city that changes least. After an absence of twenty or thirty years, one still recognizes it.
    Marguerite Duras (b. 1914)

    A scholar would be willing to die for one who recognizes his talents, just as a woman will beautify herself for the one who loves her.
    Chinese proverb.