take account

  1. be fully aware of; realize fully
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How To Use take account In A Sentence

  • Provided the discrimination was not indirect and unintentional, damages can be awarded to take account of injury to feelings.
  • Like the poll tax, the council tax would also take account of the number of adults in each household.
  • To take account of this, the system provides for a possessory title to be upgraded to absolute title after it has been registered for 12 years.
  • In assessing the risks of acting on the basis of a reasonably arguable case, you will wish to take account of the ways in which the matter might be brought before a court.
  • Oral history enables us to take account of those many aspects of history that are not recorded in documents.
  • Stowing away his "dunnage," therefore, in the after deck - house, and flinging his bedding into the berth which he selected for his own occupation, he quickly rejoined the mate, who furnished him with book and pencil, and stationed him at the after hatchway to take account of everything which passed down that receptacle. The Missing Merchantman
  • These figures do not take account of changes in the rate of inflation.
  • Nor was there any evidence that the inspector had failed to take account of the likely costs of compliance.
  • The software must also take account of different payment methods, allowing people to be paid by cheque, cash or giro.
  • When corrections are made to take account of these differences in crustal density the magnitude of gravity anomalies is significantly reduced.
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