And lately her curiosity had been going beyond the usual questions about his mysterious family tree - beyond the questing of his vast knowledge of the ranch.
My point is, lacking knowledge is sometimes safer than possessing it.
They swear they have no knowledge of even the existence of this person.
She hesitated at the head of the stairs, tormented by the knowledge her father was incapable of mercy towards his daughter, let alone a stranger.
"Common knowledge the war spilled over," the Watcher snapped.
Darkyn gave her the power to seduce without the knowledge on how to turn off its effects, if it was even possible.
The knowledge made her want to scream, knowing she'd spent years blindly letting him talk to her like this and encourage her with pretty words, while he ensured the tumor in her head killed her.
Cynthia expressed concern that Fred's newly acquired knowledge that the bone fragment was human might jeopardize his court-imposed decree.
Surely none of the Dawkinses, who lived in California, would have had either access to or knowledge of the trunk-stored skeleton.
Knowledge gathered over tens of thousands of millennia … gone!
There was something else in her gaze, the knowledge that she'd figured out this Deidre wasn't the same one she was yesterday.
The knowledge left him calmer than when he arrived.
She said nothing at his words, surprised as always by his backhanded compliments and tormented by the knowledge that she had to do something that would hurt them both.
Jade looked up again, interested as much in the sudden anger in Kris.s voice as he was in the knowledge that Katie was in the castle.
Talal says you have no knowledge of our war.
It was his favorite memory, that which preceded his abrupt knowledge of war and the world at large.
While she denied any knowledge of her phone number being in Shipton's room, Dean questioned if she was telling the truth.
To the best of my knowledge, no one did.
She had a good working knowledge of the systems after her training and the two weeks up here, but she relied on the sector specialists to assess the systems for issues she didn't know to look for.
She ached to respond but had to be satisfied with the knowledge he was alive.
He wasn't about to believe Death until he saw Katie for himself. A minute after midnight on the fourth day, if Katie wasn't standing beside him, he'd need the knowledge of where to set off the atomic bomb within him.
Rhyn watched, torn between defending his brother as he'd done before and letting Kris go. Even in Hell, Rhyn comforted himself with the knowledge that he'd protected his brothers.
The Wassermans dragged him along for the ride without the knowledge of their employer.
Dean had arisen thousands of times in his nearly 40 years; risen to the fear of final examinations, to the anxiety of court appearances, to the dreaded knowledge there was a war going on outside.
Learning history, therefore, according to Thatcher, required knowledge of events.
Time spent in the target speech community remains learners' primary opportunity of acquiring pragmatic knowledge.
You gather knowledge from the little things which common men pass by unnoticed.
He was noted for his great knowledge, the most of which he had obtained from books.
To understand this problem, consider our relationship with knowledge over the centuries.
Thus knowledge was fragile; it was difficult to preserve over time because it had to be passed from person to person in an unbroken chain.
Rather, knowledge is happiness, because to have knowledge--broad, deep knowledge--is to know true ends from false, and lofty things from low.
They will come to my tea and buy light,--the beautiful light of knowledge and love for many little ones who are blind and friendless.
I have been surprised to consider that the only obvious employment, except wood-chopping, ice-cutting, or the like business, which ever to my knowledge detained at Walden Pond for a whole half-day any of my fellow-citizens, whether fathers or children of the town, with just one exception, was fishing.
His singleness of purpose and resolution, and his elevated piety, endowed him, without his knowledge, with perennial youth.
The responsibility appears greater or less according to our greater or lesser knowledge of the circumstances in which the man was placed whose action is being judged, and according to the greater or lesser interval of time between the commission of the action and its investigation, and according to the greater or lesser understanding of the causes that led to the action.
(1) However we may increase our knowledge of the conditions of space in which man is situated, that knowledge can never be complete, for the number of those conditions is as infinite as the infinity of space.