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cognizance

(kŏg′nĭ-zəns)
n.
Conscious knowledge or recognition; awareness.
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The bureau also took cognizance of corruption and corrupt practices by Habit Ullah, Ex-Patwari.
The minister took cognizance on reports published in a section of media, said a statement issued here.
On this occasion, the Head of State took cognizance of the views of various parties on the establishment of the High Judicial Council (French: CSM), stressing the need to preserve the proper functioning of the Justice system and hasten the establishment of the CSM and the rest of the constitutional authorities, in particular the Constitutional Court.
Metropolitan Magistrate Akash Jain took cognizance of the complaint and fixed August 28 as the date for recording of pre-summoning evidence.
In her 80- page verdict, Justice Nishita Matre took cognizance of the offence and ordered a CID investigation into the issue.
On a press report LHC Complaint Cell took cognizance of the issue and directed District & Sessions Judge Jhang to probe into the incident and submit a detailed report as to the steps taken by the police along with his own comments so as to reach Lahore High Court within a week.
The two ministers took cognizance of theAa business processes in the various offices that represent the parties intervening in the Tunisian foreign trade operations and the Office of Merchant Navy and Ports and the Office of Tunisians Abroad.
The Court took cognizance of the chargesheet and fixed the next date of hearing on February 2.