Guests are so exceedingly rare in this house that I and my dogs, I am willing to own, hardly know how to receive them.
Still he knows his own business best.
"Of course a wolf that knows enough to come in with the dogs at feedin' time, 'd know all about shooting-irons.
These Hallandrens certainly know how to run with a motif.
White Fang scarcely knew what happened.
She was many miles past any neighborhood where she was personally known.
Even among thieves, Camon isn't exactly known for his refinement.
Yet he appeared to know his course as surely under water as on the surface, and swam much faster there.
However, in this case it was almost impossible to think of an acceptable excuse, his knowledge of Italian was not great but still good enough; the deciding factor was that K. had earlier known a little about art history and this had become widely known around the bank in extremely exaggerated form, and that K. had been a member of the Society for the Preservation of City Monuments, albeit only for business reasons.
That's commonly known?"
Finally his eyes grow dim, and he no longer knows whether it’s really getting darker or just his eyes that are deceiving him.
In her little day of triumph, and not knowing him intimately as yet, she made light of honest William--and he knew her opinions of him quite well, and acquiesced in them very humbly.
We were to learn in the days to come, when it was too late, that George was a miserable impostor, who could evidently have known nothing whatever about the matter.
Vivenna probably would have known instinctively why the God King hadn't chosen to sleep with her.
How could you possibly know that?”
"I don't rightly know, sir," answered Morgan.
No one in London knew positively of the nature of the armoured Martians, and there was still a fixed idea that these monsters must be sluggish: "crawling," "creeping painfully"--such expressions occurred in almost all the earlier reports.
He had come to know quite thoroughly the world in which he lived.
Suddenly, Lightsong knew pain.
When an emergency comes he instantly knows what to do.
The skilled business director can sit in his private office and still know accurately what is actually being done.
What we know to-day of early men is the merest scrap of what will presently be known.
I... honestly don't know, your grace.
The Count inquired if Mrs. Clements had sent for medical advice, and hearing that she had hitherto hesitated to do so, from the fear of making their position publicly known in the village, informed her that he was himself a medical man, and that he would go back with her if she pleased, and see what could be done for Anne.
They aren't Lemks, she thought, but they do obviously know a lot about the city.
said Sam, with infinite contempt; “knowed it a heap sight sooner than you did; this nigger an’t so green, now!”
Now the few female acquaintances whom Mrs. Crawley had known abroad not only declined to visit her when she came to this side of the Channel, but cut her severely when they met in public places.
As to Porthos, except his real name (as was the case with those of his two comrades), his life was very easily known.
Chapter XVIWith my head full of George Barnwell, I was at first disposed to believe that I must have had some hand in the attack upon my sister, or at all events that as her near relation, popularly known to be under obligations to her, I was a more legitimate object of suspicion than any one else.
I am Dr. Hall, and this, as you doubtless know, is my private nursing home.’
I’m glad to know definitely.
It was a face, fiend-like, full of smiling malice, yet bearing the semblance of features that she had known full well, though seldom with a smile, and never with malice in them.
He is omniscient, which means that He knows in one free and effortless act all matter, all spirit, all relationships, all events.
Mercystar, likely, didn't know that such a skill even existed.
He barely knew me.
Close to Europe was the continent of Africa, full of vaguely known possibilities.
Apparently these military authorities of the United Service Institution did not even know that warfare aims at the production of states of mind in the enemy, and is sustained by states of mind.
Undoubtedly, I knew I’d gone beyond the boundaries.
They did not distinctly know what had separated him and his wife, nor the date on which the separation had taken place.
you know them likewise?
65:001:010 But these speak evil of those things which they know not: but what they know naturally, as brute beasts, in those things they corrupt themselves.
I believe at this moment, as truly as I ever believed, that he knew what was best, and that his hopes and wishes ought to be my hopes and wishes too."
If the laws of perspective were sufficiently known, the connection between different aspects would be expressed in differential equations.
A little later, in 912, another expedition under Rolf the Ganger established itself upon the coast of France in the region that was known henceforth as Normandy (= Nortbman-dy).
No doubt the host knew what illustrious visitor was expected, and had consequently sent intruders out of the way.
The shallowness of our inner experience, the hollowness of our worship, and that servile imitation of the world which marks our promotional methods all testify that we, in this day, know God only imperfectly, and the peace of God scarcely at all.
They give us scriptures, but Thou makest known the sense thereof.
A piece of matter, as it is known empirically, is not a single existing thing, but a system of existing things.
The highest form of the state, the democratic republic, knows officially nothing of property distinctions.
Outside of a brief fourteen-word definition in Hebrews 11:1, I know of no Biblical definition, and even there faith is defined functionally, not philosophically; that is, it is a statement of what faith is in operation, not what it is in essence.