These are matters of enormous cultural consequence and government has never proved adept at (consciously) influencing them.
But you must work with this planet, consciously evolving these qualities into signature moves and style.
For the first time, what Heisenberg does, he does—knowingly, consciously—for himself.
He doesn't have to be metro, but he very clearly has a look that he likes, that he uses, and consciously puts together.
The story told on these walls is a fractured and fractious one that consciously resists an easy narrative.
The Conservatives, consciously or unconsciously, used the Irish party.
It had been many a day, many a year, since he had consciously observed his wife.
Because that would mean recognizing, fully and consciously, that the problem was insoluble.
But the man's eyes did not consciously record the details of that scene.
Every life has its potentiality of greatness, and as it is impossible to be outside God, the best is consciously to dwell in Him.
c.1600, "knowing, privy to," from Latin conscius "knowing, aware," from conscire (see conscience); probably a loan-translation of Greek syneidos. A word adopted from the Latin poets and much mocked at first. Sense of "active and awake" is from 1837.
conscious con·scious (kŏn'shəs)
Having an awareness of one's environment and one's own existence, sensations, and thoughts.
Intentionally conceived or done; deliberate.