- n having knowledge of
- n range of what one can know or understand
- n range or scope of what is perceived
- Madison said that religion is ''not within the cognizance of civil government.
- The court, taking cognizance of the problems involved in the integration of the school systems concerned, put over until the next term, beginning October, the formulation of .
- The state takes no cognizance of private sin until it becomes a public crime.
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- Patients In A Vegetative State May One Day Interact With The Outside World
Alan McStravick for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online The concept of being in a coma or vegetative state is only made the more frightening when you add in the possibility that while lying there, hooked to medical equipment and having one’s life prolonged by a support system, a cognizance of one’s surroundings damns you to a waking nightmare of unknown duration. Thankfully, those in a ...
Nov. 3, 2013 - redOrbit
- Robert Mugabe in Moneyweb (blog)
Mugabe added that implementation of his government's empowerment initiative would "take cognizance of the need to promote growth of the mining industry".
- Girija Vyas in Hindustan Times
Calling the incident "shameful", National Commission for Women (NCW) chairperson Girija Vyas said: "We have taken cognizance of the matter and have send our team to probe into the matter, after which a report will be submitted."
- Panfilo Lacson in ABS CBN News
In view of such pre-judgment, it is no longer proper for the DOJ and the DOJ panel to take cognizance of the reinvestigation,Lacson said in the petition.