Knowledge is cold facts.
They swear they have no knowledge of even the existence of this person.
Gradually I emerged from the penumbra of that experience with a mind made clearer by trial and with a truer knowledge of life.
Although she can have no sensuous knowledge of colour, she can use the words, as we use most of our vocabulary, intellectually, with truth, not to impression, but to fact.
During the first four days, while no duties were required of him, Prince Andrew rode round the whole fortified camp and, by the aid of his own knowledge and by talks with experts, tried to form a definite opinion about it.
There was something else in her gaze, the knowledge that she'd figured out this Deidre wasn't the same one she was yesterday.
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.
Time spent in the target speech community remains learners' primary opportunity of acquiring pragmatic knowledge.
Over time, people will see they will be contributing to the construction of a knowledge base which really is the complete recording of every action of every member of humanity.
Knowledge often consists of the rolled-up conclusions from many pieces of data.
Of course this was tasking slender powers for great ends; but it gave me something to do on a rainy day, and I acquired a sufficient knowledge of French to read with pleasure La Fontaine's "Fables," "Le Medecin Malgre Lui" and passages from "Athalie."
You fish out all manner of odds and ends of knowledge--revolutions, schisms, massacres, systems of government; but Huss--where is he?
I have thus far sketched the events of my life, but I have not shown how much I have depended on books not only for pleasure and for the wisdom they bring to all who read, but also for that knowledge which comes to others through their eyes and their ears.
None of our teachers or officers who are accustomed to converse with Helen ever knew or heard about Miss Canby's book, nor did the child's parents and relatives at home have any knowledge of it.
It's not common knowledge yet, Wynn whispered.
But more and more, human progress is about gleaning knowledge from the incomprehensible amounts of data that already have been collected over the course of human history.
Many of the treatments of the ancient world had high degrees of efficacy, all obtained without access to any modern knowledge or equipment.
LANGUAGE and KNOWLEDGE are indissolubly connected; they are interdependent.
And how would Nota and associates come by this knowledge in the first place?
Knowledge is a statement like, "The interest rate on this credit card is 29.9%."
Wisdom looks at that piece of knowledge and applies a value to it—such as, "I don't want to be in debt."
Finally, when I use the word "wisdom," I am talking about applying a value system to knowledge to suggest a course of action.
In our modern age, people disagree not just in terms of values they apply to knowledge, but they disagree on actual pieces of knowledge.
When every lab report, every blood draw, every ECG, every everything is added to the body of scientific knowledge, the rolled-up data alone will have a big impact.
And from the sacred mountain I heard a voice which said, "Knowledge is love and light and vision."
Such knowledge floods the soul unseen with a soundless tidal wave of deepening thought.
But, when I took up Algebra, I had a harder time still--I was terribly handicapped by my imperfect knowledge of the notation.
But her knowledge of it is not so incomplete as one might suppose.
Of course the question will arise whether, if Helen Keller had not been guarded from the knowledge of evil, she would have been what she is to-day....
Her every waking moment is spent in the endeavour to satisfy her innate desire for knowledge, and her mind works so incessantly that we have feared for her health.
Forgetting his intention of concealing his knowledge of French, Pierre, snatching away the pistol and throwing it down, ran up to the officer and addressed him in French.
You had no real knowledge and therefore no way to make a wise decision.
What happened on ABC last night would be common knowledge at the office, school, or hairdresser the next day.
My soul, conscious of new strength, came out of bondage, and was reaching through those broken symbols of speech to all knowledge and all faith.
Debarred from the great highways of knowledge, I was compelled to make the journey across country by unfrequented roads--that was all; and I knew that in college there were many bypaths where I could touch hands with girls who were thinking, loving and struggling like me.
I feel as if I ought to give up the idea of going to college altogether: for not all the knowledge in the world could make me happy, if obtained at such a cost.
It is impossible for any one with whom Helen is conversing to be particularly happy or sad, and withhold the knowledge of this fact from her.
This is especially true of her earlier lessons, when her knowledge of language was so slight as to make explanation impossible.
Her intense interest in Fauntleroy must have buried all remembrance of "Frost Fairies," and when, more than three years later, she had acquired a fuller knowledge and use of language, and was told of Jack Frost and his work, the seed so long buried sprang up into new thoughts and fancies.
Princess Anna Mikhaylovna intervened in the conversation, evidently wishing to show her connections and knowledge of what went on in society.
What exactitude, what minuteness, what knowledge of the locality, what foresight for every eventuality, every possibility even to the smallest detail!
For ages, from our forefather Adam to our own day, we labor to attain that knowledge and are still infinitely far from our aim; but in our lack of understanding we see only our weakness and His greatness....