cognisance in a sentence
- `Take cognisance of internal weaknesses', NEW STRAITS TIMES-MANAGEMENT
- The courts will also be able to take sou motu cognisance of the case.
- "" The three great Godheads have taken cognisance of the state of disorder in the world.
- The said poor children shall wear on their upper garment the cognisance or crest of me, John Roan ."
- The affidavit of Mr . Cousins is not so explicit as to exempt him from cognisance of what was happening.
- It's difficult to find cognisance in a sentence.
- SIT took cognisance of Singh's complaint, and sent both versions of the Excel sheet for forensic analysis.
- He added : " To suggest our approach failed to take cognisance of the safety of children is inaccurate and unjust.
- The tribunal rejected the plea of bail after noting that there were formal charges against Azam of which it had taken cognisance.
- Communal challenges, more than perhaps other social challenges, demand solutions which take cognisance of the intricacies and complexities of particular situations.
- If liberalisation is instituted gradually, and taking due cognisance of these legitimate social objectives, much of the present resistance would disappear.
- According to this legend, rishi Bhrigu cursed Ashwapati, because he did not take cognisance of the rishi during a religious ceremony.
- The official investigation into Latham's death took no cognisance of his concerns and recorded the incident as a tragic hunting accident.
- The open skies agreement was established in cognisance of the vast potential for growth of passenger and cargo traffic between Malaysia and the US.
- Explaining Bernas'business plan, Ibrahim said it takes cognisance of consumers'interests, farmers'interests as well as global threats.
- Asean policy-makers must take cognisance of this need for regional surveillance, although its form may differ from what Camdessus has in mind.