cognisants in a sentence
- For Malaysia, it has to be cognisant of the competitive atmosphere.
- She has been consulted throughout and is fully cognisant.
- He was a cognisant, though not outspoken, member of the house.
- All are cognisant of the fact that the property development sector is winding down.
- Ashamed of himself, but cognisant of necessity, Scree takes the leadership of Bram Kaie.
- It's difficult to find cognisants in a sentence.
- In 2011 local market research company Cognisant Research carried out an audience survey for the station.
- In his teaching, Milgrom was always cognisant of what economic models could and could not do.
- And he was cognisant of providing beautiful outlooks from indoors as well as particular spots in the garden.
- The law does not need to spell out every possible individual risk that businesses need to be cognisant of.
- Indeed, Trotter herself was cognisant of the limitations her gender placed upon her and often voiced her protest in writing.
- Initial results ( October 2009 ) from IBEX suggest that previous assumptions are insufficiently cognisant of the true complexities of the heliopause.
- He also describes how students are cognisant of the relative pros and cons of face-to-face versus online communication forms.
- However, in general one's responsibility is to be cognisant of the candidates-and therefore the responsible thing would generally be to vote.
- He entered into correspondence with Catholic priests and Jacobite conspirators, whose schemes, so far as he could make himself cognisant of them, he betrayed to the government.
- The nearer we are to an event the less likely we are to give an a ) an object analysis, and b ) be fully cognisant of all the facts.