percipience


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per·cip·i·ent

 (pər-sĭp′ē-ənt)
adj.
Having the power of perceiving, especially perceiving keenly and readily.
n.
One that perceives.

[Latin percipiēns, percipient-, present participle of percipere, to perceive; see perceive.]

per·cip′i·ence, per·cip′i·en·cy n.
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She lay in a state of percipience without volition, and the rustle of the straw and the cutting of the ears by the others had the weight of bodily touches.
'There was no money in the state of Medina, they were poor but they had percipience and if a society is understanding then even God helps them,' the premier added.
'There was no money in the state of Madina, they were poor but they had percipience and if a society is understanding then even God helps them,' the premier added.
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