Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Still, the squabbling reflects two acknowledged truths about life in the media.
From the 790s it was stated as a universally acknowledged truth that women could not travel without coming into contact with men.
A perceived lie has become an acknowledged truth.
It is a universally acknowledged truth that the first pancake is always a failure.
That this took place without a murmur illustrates a rarely acknowledged truth about national policy: much of it happens while Congress is busy making other plans.
The obscure pronouncement had the bitter resonance of old, acknowledged truth in the Elietimm tongue.
But this makes Ms. Gionfriddo's play less an inquiry into ambiguous areas of social thought and feeling than a seminar spelling out widely acknowledged truths.
As no one came forward to contradict this fabrication, or even to claim the bodies of 'Keppler' and Padget, it became the acknowledged truth in Buckkeep Town.
A little acknowledged truth about fashion shows is that the appearance at the finale of the person who pulls the creative strings is sometimes better theater than anything that came before.
It is, however, sometimes nearly unintelligible, blending as it does personal research, universally acknowledged truths, received wisdom, radical statistics and some far-fetched concepts that appear spun out of thin air.
It is a universally acknowledged truth - universal, at least, in the British Isles - that a picturesque landscape, furnished with an embarrassment of drizzle, must be in want of a country house.
To the Editor: Neal Gabler's article bares, with implicit approval, a rarely acknowledged truth about Hollywood: "Put bluntly, the big-budget American movies that drive the industry are made by young white males because they are for young white males."
Opening with what Austen considered a universally acknowledged truth, "that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife," "Pride and Prejudice" is a witty mix of love stories and social conniving, cleverly wrapped in the ambitions and illusions of a provincial gentry.