How to use Common-knowledge in a sentence

common-knowledge
  • Twice, though the first time is not common knowledge.

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  • It is common knowledge that regular maintenance of an automobile helps keep the vehicle from breaking down and needing costly repairs.

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  • It's common knowledge that kitchens and bathrooms help add the most value to your home.

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  • Even if he wasn't directly involved, it's a small high school and booze parties are probably common knowledge.

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  • It is in the first place a matter of common knowledge that human beings who have been taught to avoid handling bees invariably fear to touch drone-flies, unless specially trained to distinguish the one from the others.

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  • Those on the Alpine passes are common knowledge.

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  • Along such stages of improvement and invention the bridge is fairly made between savage and barbaric culture; and this once attained to, the remainder of the series of stages of civilization lies within the range of common knowledge.

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  • While it may be common knowledge that certain vaccinations are required, the interval between boosters reflects the cat's lifestyle and other risk factors.

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  • Consider how stories and anecdotes that are common knowledge to your family should be documented through your scrapbook album.

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  • Past contests have included the FBI Common Knowledge Challenge, the Philadelphia Eagles Common Knowledge Scholarship, and the Financial Literacy Scholarship.

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  • While that may be common knowledge to some, others may not be aware that the band has released two albums, done several major tours and has been around for over a decade.

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  • It's pretty common knowledge that one should wait at least a half an hour after eating to get back in the water.

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  • For years, people complained the questions were hard, and that no one could possibly know the answers, but others defended the selection of questions saying that any of the answers are common knowledge and easily researched.

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  • Many people don't even bother to seek out Casablanca movie reviews because it is common knowledge that the movie is considered exceptional and entertaining.

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  • The disappearance was also during World War I, and it was common knowledge that the crew was disgruntled against the Captain.

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  • I believe it is becoming common knowledge that autistic children don't learn well when information is presented in a disorganized or haphazard manner.

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  • It's pretty well common knowledge among dieters that muscle burns more calories than fat.

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  • Denise Richards spent time as a relatively famous movie star, but it wasn't until her marriage problems with Charlie Sheen became common knowledge that she really started to get extensive exposure in the media.

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  • It's not common knowledge yet, Wynn whispered.

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  • It was clearly not common knowledge within the family, but suppressed as a sort of skeleton in the family closet.

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