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use "cognizant" in a sentence

I was cognizant of my complete indifference toward my own body." Tanumafili I and German administration The kaiser sent Dr. Heinrich Solf to govern German Samoa in March 1900. Solf seemed to be supportive (or at least cognizant) of the native political system that previous European consuls had
letter, but not before a bloody battle was fought, with heavy losses on each side.

When a Session Court is constituted as a Special Court, it cannot take cognizance of an offence without such a case being committed to it by magistrate unless it is expressly provided so in the Act.

He used the name tandang Soria ("Old Man Soria"), a play on the name of tandang Sora (a late 19th-century national revolutionary heroine), in cognizance of his twenty-something bandmates and a young new-rock audience.

This takes cognizance of the fact that first the gross energy values of the protein, fats and carbohydrates from different food sources are different, and second, that the apparent digestibility of the components of different foods is different.

Toledo City Government Official Website Lapyahan Festival is a festival celebrated in cognizance with the municipality of San Remigio's festivities.

From the year 465 the Church took official cognizance of the Jews.

Islam, coming after Christ, takes cognizance of His claims and then categorically denies them.

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