In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1formal(knowledge)conocimiento masculineto have cognizance of sth — tener conocimiento de algo
- The ethics of practice call upon the practitioner to take her or his place in the phenomenal world in full cognisance of the truths of love, oneness and interdependency.
- As you get older, it gets shakier to assume cognizance on points of popular culture, but there are some things that people just should know.
- The smokers in the room were most appreciative of her cognisance of their plight!
- I think some cognisance has to be given to the fact that the guns are silent,’ he concluded.
- No cognisance has been taken of the fact that construction traffic also needs to move in the area.
- However, meeting these challenges must also include cognisance of Ireland's older ethnic minorities.
- Does a military man take into cognizance the fact that it's a day of prayer and we should lighten up?
- Cognizance of the impact of these experiences on professional development may help the supervisor to be more sensitive to these issues as they arise.
- All the time, distant sirens that would normally be blocked out of cognizance made heads turn and ears prick up.
- They generally preclude access to the sort of material that might permit a sense of psychic cognizance as well as an awareness of the expression of subliminal stimulation.
- Smithson's method was a conscious tracking of the development of cognisance of a site, through the intervention of a perceptual framework that attempts to separate and describe that knowledge.
- They just ground on relentlessly and there seemed to be no cognisance of the fact that there was a terrible dimension to this and that someone was under such stress.
- All of the lofty transcendental concepts that are in the higher worlds are meant to become a part of our experience and cognizance.
- The famous statement ‘unity of empty cognizance suffused with awareness’ refers to your own nature, the essence of your mind.
- Strictly speaking, there is no gene for a sucking reflex, let alone for female coyness or Scottish thriftiness or cognizance of the concept of zero.
- I think it was at that point, having grown in wisdom and stature and favor with God and men, he had full cognizance of his deity and his mission.
- This is the thing about Grandpa: he flutters between cognizance and an alternate reality.
- Taking cognizance of the information, security forces cordoned off the area and started searches.
- I was drifting in and out of consciousness, but in one of my moments of cognisance I awoke to find a doctor leaning over me, checking my pulse.
- He wrote in full cognizance of English history.
- The law takes no cognisance of carelessness in the abstract.
- Most international human rights instruments subsequently adopted by the United Nations have a basis in the Universal Declaration and give further definition and cognisance to those rights.
- Any discreet watching brief must take full cognisance of an individual's right to privacy and independence.
- It is bound, of course, to give cognisance to the fact of the order that is being enforced.
- Taking cognisance of the charge-sheet filed by the Delhi police, the magistrate asked them to appear before him on September 8.
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As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.