The main problems in water demand management include overage infrastructure, water contamination, mismanagement in tariff collection, incognizant
ground water withdrawal, public mistrust on government organizations, lack of public awareness programs and policy implementation plans23.
High false positive result rates obtained in tests performed before discharge within the first few days after birth with concerns that parents are unmindful and incognizant
of the severity of the condition would not later bring in their babies for screening, evidently do not contribute much to the screening outcomes in practice.
Pakistan,s high rate of unsafe injection practices both in formal and informal health sector involving the use of non-sterilized needles and used syringes have become a major cause for concern in prevalence of HIV/AIDS in incognizant
Researchers in African American studies have deployed afro-normative and afro-normativity to designate the critical awareness of race-based African American experiences and a critical vigilance against research bias that is incognizant
of the specificities and variables that shape African American communities (Wilson and McCoy 2009).
He also claimed to be incognizant
of anything pertaining to the Panama Papers.
Moreover, Dyer and Andreasen (1999) indicated teachers were inattentive to safety laws (i.e., local, state and national) and incognizant
of their ability to provide safe working environments in the laboratory.
Take the case of a news item which laid down prospective bills to be tabled by Leave campaigners if Brexit happens.12 Proposed laws were incognizant
of legalities as later turned out but the paper did not publish any corrigenda.
President Duterte has threatened to close the island to make way for rehabilitation, but even though the government has yet to admit the real score behind the shutdown, we are not incognizant
to the fact that some giant developers might take over and monopolize the resorts to rake profit at the expense of our local businesses and patrimonial rights.
From inception of him taking over the power, he was vacillating, completely incognizant
and uncertain in purpose and action, and totally turning a blind-eye to everything and anything that his party members were indulging in - just to remind few:
Research by scholars around the world indicates a growing concern that college students are somewhat incognizant
of both the positive and negative implications that arise when employers scour the Internet, scrutinizing digital footprints of potential hires (Babic, Kresic, & Kucel, 2014; Kelly, Christen, & Snyder, 2013; Pozzi, 2015).
In this regard, it is possible to argue that despite the contents' descriptive and informative wording, this book is written as a reaction to incognizant
non-Muslims, if not also for the same group of Muslims.
Concerning the high frequency of concomitant sensitization to MMA and glutaraldehyde in the group of dental patients--as revealed in this study, we assume the role of exposure from different sources (during dental treatment and long-term environmental exposure), being incognizant
and adequately protected.