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    deny full recognition to your fellowmen

    Hi,

    What does this sentence mean?

    Don't deny full recognition to your fellow men.

    Thanks a lot


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    Re: deny full recognition to your fellowmen

    Quote Originally Posted by Silverobama View Post
    Hi,

    What does this sentence mean?

    Don't deny full recognition to your fellow men.

    Thanks a lot

    Context?

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    Re: deny full recognition to your fellowmen

    Sorry, this is a sentence quoted from the Cambridge.dictionary.com, doesn't it make sense? If so, I will leave it out.

    It is merely a sentence.

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    Re: deny full recognition to your fellowmen

    Quote Originally Posted by Silverobama View Post
    Hi,

    What does this sentence mean?

    Don't deny full recognition to your fellow men.

    Thanks a lot

    Well, it doesn't mean a lot (in any useful sense). It seems to be exhorting you to recognize the importance/value/humanity... of other people. But 'don't deny full recognition to' is an unnecessarily indirect way of putting it, and in any case something in the context (of the situation) would need to specify what 'full recognition' is.

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