cognitus

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Nunc cognosco ex parte: tunc autem cognoscam sicut et cognitus sum.
I watched Maushart, whose book The Winter of Our Disconnect chronicles the experience, said: "I watched as my kids awoke slowly from the state of cognitus interruptus that had characterised many of their waking hours to become more focused, logical thinkers.
Et hunc quidam monachus bene ob meritum cognitus Stiliconi tunc patricio, eo modo subuertit.
Two grants from the Programa Cognitus of Conservation International Brazil and the Brazilian International Educational Institute helped fund visits to museums and scientific collections (Pcog/ esp/02/2008 and Pcog/esp/03/2008).
tambem cognitus alicuius rei ao inves de peritus alicuius rei, Eulogio, Memoriale sanctorum, II,1,1 venerabilis memoriae Perfectus presbyter.
440: "Possibilia contingentia spectari possint tum ut sejuncta, tum ut coordinata in integros mundos possibiles infinitos, quorum quilibet Deo est perfecte cognitus, etsi ex illis non nisi unicus ad existentiam perducatur: neque enim plures Mundos actuales fingi ad rem facit, cura unus nobis totam Universitatem Creaturarum cujuscunque loci et temporis complectatur, eoque sensu hoc loco mundo vocabulum usurpetur".
9) The distinction between cognitus and notus is not always demonstrable (though doubtless felt by native speakers), but there are many passages in which substitution of one for the other is manifestly impossible: e.
et ideo [homo cognitus et repraesentatus] recte dicitur objectivus, quia, non est conceptus ut forma intrinsece terminans conceptionem, sed ut objectum et materia circa quam versatur formalis conceptio.

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