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Understood in the logic of the above doxology--Jews and Christians can and need to be cognizant of how the language of the day and the outer sanctuary contributes to their proclamation insofar as it can offer a surplus to better testify to the inexhaustibility of divine sovereignty and develop further the contours of their identity as proclaimers.
While squamous cell carcinoma is certainly the most common malignant oral cavity tumor, one must always be cognizant of a wide variety of less common pathologies, including minor salivary gland tumors.
We all need to be cognizant of what organizations such as Wal-Mart, Costco and McDonalds are doing and what requirements they will place on the food industry to meet these demands.
Humans have to be cognizant of this reality and order their lives responsibly.
A recent case highlights the need for both practitioners and the Service to be cognizant of this rule.
(7) Therefore, it is important that surgeons who treat head and neck cancer be cognizant of this long-term postradiation complication and to continue to follow these patients indefinitely.
In the AMA Code of Ethics, it states, "Patients generally have a responsibility to meet their financial obligations with regard to medical care," and, "Patients should be cognizant of the cost associated with using a limited resource like healthcare and try to use medical resources judiciously."