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recog·nis·ing

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of recognising in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of recognising in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

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  1. Wolfgang Kuhn:

    A climate strategy cannot be considered complete without recognising that transition necessarily means phase-out when it comes to fossil fuels, particularly the highest carbon fuels where Barclays has significant exposure.

  2. Barry Schwartz:

    People are recognising that there is a difference between stock prices and business value, at some point it's cheaper for companies with cash to go out and buy oil companies instead of drilling for themselves.

  3. Clarissa Shen:

    Employers are already recognising that they need to change because they realise they are all competing for the same talent, when you're talking about a shortfall of workers, companies feel that pain immediately.

  4. Siemens AG:

    We are pleased that the Israeli State Authorities chose to have an arrangement that does not include an indictment against Siemens AG recognising....that Siemens fully cooperated in the course of the investigation.

  5. Wayne McCurrie:

    If you want extra growth, you've got to take on that extra risk, recognising that risk, by that I mean a severe shortage of shopping infrastructure, Shoprite started setting up warehouses and partnering with developers to build shopping centres and that's why it is in this quick store rollout phase whereas Massmart is a little bit behind.

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