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kog nuh zuhnt

  • a  (sometimes followed by `of') having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization or perception

  • She was cognizant of the duties as a warden and reacted strongly to the suggestion that ragging had taken place in the hostel.
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  • Michael Bloomberg in Forbes
    We're going to ramp up a little bit, but nothing dramatic,Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on his weekly radio show. "We'll take a little bit of extra precaution. Some of you will notice, some of you won't - but we have to be cognizant."
  • Condoleezza Rice in dtt-net (registration)
    Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said President Bush's first concern remained "to protect America" and added: "We have to be very cognizant of the fact that some of the assistance that has been going to Pakistan is directly related to the...
  • Glenn in International Herald Tribune
    We're all cognizant of the difficult economic environment in which we operate, and our party reflects that,said Glenn Rosenbloom, co-CEO of Alpha Media Group Inc., which publishes the men's magazine. "So we're going to have it in a smaller...

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