Tuesday, 12 June 2012



1. knowledge; acknowledgment
2. take cognizance of  to take notice of; acknowledge, especially officially
3. the range or scope of knowledge or perception
4. law
a. the right of a court to hear and determine a cause or matter
b. knowledge of certain facts upon which the court must act without requiring proof
c. chiefly US . confession
5. heraldry . a distinguishing badge or bearing

In view of its bumbling flight
Followed by
Crash landing in my book
I had problems refusing the creature
Its due cognizance

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