cognizance


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  • noun

Synonyms for cognizance

the condition of being aware

the act of noting, observing, or taking into account

Synonyms for cognizance

range of what one can know or understand

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range or scope of what is perceived

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Summary: MUMBAI: The state government of Maharashtra on Friday issued a Government Resolution (GR) ordering police in the state not to take cognizance or place on record any telephone calls made by a minister, legislator or political leader in police diaries.
A year later, Hamilton observed, "war is a question, under our constitution, not of Executive, but of Legislative cognizance.
The SC directed the former Army Chief to file his response by October 23 after taking suo motu cognizance ( on its own ) of a news report quoting him on why the apex court had not decided his age on the basis of matriculation certificate if such document is relied upon to decide the age of a rape victim.
New Delhi, July 22, ( ANI ): The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has taken suo motu cognizance of a media report that three visually impaired children, below 10 years of age, were mercilessly caned by the Coordinator and Principal of a residential school for blinds in Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh.
The NAB (KP) took the cognizance of the case and started inquiry.
Taking cognizance of such a huge damage to the said forest, Secretary Forestry, Environment and Wildlife has taken strong action and accordingly, a case initiated against the then Divisional Forest Officer, Haripur Forest Division, one Forester (incharge range officer) one retired forester and two forest guards and referred their case to the Anti-Corruption Establishment for investigation and further action, says a press release issued here by the Forest, Environment and Wild Life Department, Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Qamar Zaman Chaudhry, NAB Balochistan took cognizance to expedite the completion of mega project of Desalination Plant of 2 MGD at Karwat (Gawadar).
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Deviant youthful behavior for years has comprised more than half of all cases compelling official cognizance by criminal justice and social welfare agencies.
He once described his vision of modern dance as "a state of mind, a cognizance [recognition] of the necessity of the art of the dance to come to terms with our time.
Critical literature has taken no cognizance of the enormously exciting, varied, post-colonial literature produced in resistance to the imperialist expansion of Europe and the United States in the past two centuries.
The first move that elevated the visibility of Wi-Fi into market cognizance came with its name change from IEEE 802.
According to Frangovska, the most awful thing is the cognizance that Macedonians and ethnic Albanians continue living in two parallel worlds where, even though it is hard to admit, cannot find common ground.
The commission took cognizance of the incident after it was published in newspapers and a delegation of pardhis contacted the Commission.
Hardesty belongs to the Church of Cognizance, whose main religious sacrament is to allow individual families to choose their own modes of worship.