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    1. To the best of his knowledge she had not slept at all the Noonsleep before the party nor the Dusksleep during

    2. To the best of his knowledge she had sex with all the males and a few of the females at that party

    3. assurance that will give you the peace of mind and knowledge

    4. thousand nine hundred and fifty pages of knowledge that would be going

    5. rather than by knowledge of stomach contractions, glucose level or other internal criteria and therefore having the courage to refuse food that is not desirable

    6. would be base upon superficial knowledge you have of that

    7. revelation in the knowledge of him:

    8. In just a couple of minutes, you will turn to the pages where you can put all of this new knowledge into action

    9. Remember, I said in the beginning that if you just read this book, you will gain knowledge, but if you do the work, you can transform your life! This book is designed to help you in the most efficient way possible

    10. We were fellow exiles starting a great industry with our alien knowledge and got caught up in it

    11. She had used that knowledge to approach him very gradually when their affair began

    12. bring everyone into the knowledge of truth, which is

    13. 1Tim: 2:4: Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth

    14. Personal knowledge about the patient can help in key diagnostic findings; but that does not take away the other aspects of the process of consultation

    15. This has created a demand for the knowledge of how it is done

    16. Wisdom is different from knowledge, it is knowledge applied by the person in his own way

    17. Audience has to be interested in listening to your views on the chosen subject because of your experience, knowledge and the clarity of presentation

    18. The answers should be appropriate and one should be prepared to indicate the lack of knowledge in respect of the specific query rather than give a wrong or incomplete answer

    19. In all these cases we should keep ourselves abreast with the knowledge about taxation

    20. "My love, this is the fruit of knowledge of Good and Evil

    21. Topher had decorated his house with sweet, delicious knowledge

    22. After all, she and Dan have only been married a short time and it was pretty common knowledge that they were trying for a baby

    23. The American Indian learned the secrets of the water world and passed this knowledge to their children, and children’s children

    24. This knowledge was in part the power

    25. Peru has a very ancient knowledge ‘pool’ from which to choose

    26. Still, he was always a help if he was around, but it was probably good to get this done without his knowledge, just in case there was something shady going on

    27. These folks also learned fast from other cultures, as they were able seaman and traveled around the world, and would see many wonderful things and this knowledge would return to their own lands, where it quickly would spread like fire upon the land

    28. China is old and so is her knowledge of the ocean

    29. Knowing that physical life is temporary, behaviours are more focused towards acquiring valid knowledge to move to spiritual maturity

    30. We possess a great deal of knowledge, mental power, and capacities, which have never been drawn forth from the realm of the subconscious into objective usefulness; anyone who has watched the effect of Meditation upon the beginner will substantiate this statement

    31. People "find" themselves; they discover hidden capacities and an understanding never used before; they develop an awareness, even of the phenomenal world, which is, to them, miraculous; they suddenly register the fact of the mind, and that they can use it, and the distinction between the knower and the instrument of knowledge becomes steadily and revealingly apparent

    32. As your knowledge about yourself grows deeper, so is your connection to the higher power and your union with all things

    33. With this knowledge comes the search for safer, more effective methods of pest control

    34. foremost knowledge, but he must expect that the highest power will

    35. We need to renew our mind concerning the knowledge that God

    36. When she admitted it to herself, that link into their knowledge base had been a little disorienting

    37. Without this knowledge it would be questionable if the trade even existed here at all

    38. It’s only the knowledge that Stephen was intending to contact her and get her over to his office prevents me from ringing her mobile to check she is all right

    39. knowledge that nothing in this world could alter the progress that he made towards his

    40. to you the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Him,

    41. to know the love of Christ which passes knowledge; that you may

    42. For if we sin willfully after we have received the knowledge of the

    43. vanced knowledge, but then he has to wait while the superior power

    44. are tongues, they will cease; whether there is knowledge, it will vanish away”

    45. He knew that the fact that their heaven had technical underpinnings was public knowledge among the Christials

    46. I shrugged my shoulders, wondering at his question; I thought that after the lengthy conversation we had just had, it would be obvious to him what I've been looking for -that is metaphysical knowledge

    47. Of course, this means that my knowledge of languages and secretarial skills is entirely indifferent to the company

    48. "We can be confident that the knowledge of our approach is in the hands of the Kassikan," Abdol told them

    49. I had to trust my youthful judgement, a judgement based on the meagre sum of knowledge gleaned so far about my captors

    50. Lack of knowledge of the New

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    Synonyms for "knowledge"

    cognition knowledge noesis comprehension perception judgement wisdom insight discernment apprehension learning enlightenment erudition lore science scholarship

    "knowledge" definitions

    the psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning