recognizance

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Synonyms for recognizance

(law) a security entered into before a court with a condition to perform some act required by law

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Talking to a delegation of teachers' association here, he said that the government is recognizant of its responsibilities and taking practical steps for reforms in education sector.
It is opposed to a two-state solution; that is, the creation of a Palestinian state alongside, and mutually recognizant with, Israel.
Handicap International is thrilled, and we are extremely pleased and recognizant of the work that WHO and the World Bank have done to produce this report," Susan Girois, MD, MPH, director of Handicap International's Technical Resources Division, told The Nation's Health.
Bitterly, Yuste's and Manrique's nos talgia clearly indicate that they are recognizant of the fact that the past is not only irretrievable but also temporally disconnected from the present.