While Tee Bob's motives may not appear to be cognizantly
striking against the system, his suicide ends the Samson line, shattering the continuity of the rules.
To know myself, to cognizantly
ascertain my self- identity, I must be able to distinguish the "I" from an indefinite number of other units in the great text.
(138) Case law has made it clear that one of the linchpins of Congress' exercise of the Spending Power is that if receipt of federal funds is conditional, those conditions must be set forth clearly and unambiguously so that any state that chooses to opt out does so knowingly and cognizantly
. (139) Failure to clearly define the consequences of opting out renders the law inapplicable.
Librarians and archivists, recognizing the research value of these items, have cognizantly
decided to preserve just about every kind of ephemera that there is, even to the extent, in some cases, of spending large amounts of money on their conservation.
(23) The image and title both suggest that the artist temporarily and cognizantly
wore the costume and ethnicity of the Native American, but some art critics envisioned the Native-American style as indicative of Dix's deeper behaviors, such as his personality and working methods.