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62 Metaphors for knew

The best-known of his religious tales was St. Mary of Egypt, a long poem of exceeding solemnity, condensed from the much longer work of a certain Bishop Coyle.

The old narrow alleys of the town, called "chares," are fast disappearing; the best known is Pudding Chare, leading from Bigg Market to Westgate Road.

People waylay him in the church corridors, and on the streets, so well known is his kindly heart, his attentive ear, his generous hand.

The best known were Poe, Hawthorne, Longfellow, Whittier and Emerson; but there were not a few others whose names are well known to-day.

The best known of these vessels was the Alabama.

The best known of these is the house sparrow, Passer domesticus.

The most well known of these documented events is the so-called โ€œlittle miracleโ€ that occurred on 18 July 1962.

Its best known is probably the Torta Tre Monti ("Cake of the Three Mountains" or "Cake of the Three Towers"), a wafer layered cake covered in chocolate.

The best known of the Moralities is "Everyman," which has recently been revived in England and America.

The best known is Secrets of the Federal Reserve.

The best known among the doctrines of Malebranche is the principle that we see all things in God (que nous voyons toutes choses en Dieu.

BISSEN, a Danish sculptor, born in Sleswig; a pupil of Thorwaldsen; intrusted by him to finish a statue he left unfinished at his death; he produced some fine works, but his best known are his "Cupid Sharpening his Arrow" and "Atalanta Hunting" (1798-1868).

The best known of these are the Journal of the Plague Year, in which the horrors of a frightful plague are minutely recorded; the Memoirs of a Cavalier, so realistic that Chatham quoted it as history in Parliament; and several picaresque novels, like Captain Singleton, Colonel Jack, Moll Flanders, and Roxana.

The best known of these anti-encryption efforts is the legal fight waged by former FBI Director James Comey with Apple to force the Cupertino giant into helping the Bureau break into the iPhone of a mass shooter in San Bernardino.

The best-known of these is Form 1040 used by individual people.

Know is an irregular active-transitive verb, from know, knew, knowing, known; found in the infinitive mood, present tenseno person, or number: and is governed by to; according to Rule 18th, which says, "The infinitive mood is governed in general by the preposition TO, which commonly connects it to a finite verb."

The best known of these is Willcox & Gibbs.

Of their joint plays, the two best known are Philaster, whose old theme, like that of Cymbeline and Griselda, is the jealousy of a lover and the faithfulness of a girl, and The Maid's Tragedy.

The best known are probably Van Gogh (1949), Guernica (1950) and Night and Fog (1955).

The known was the very opposite of tellible: it was merely hunger and dates, thirst and wine, the desire to lun and space to lun in, the desire to sleep and sleep: there was nothing tellible in that: and the unknown was even less tellible than the known: for it was the nice thing that was lipening outside the cellar.

The best known of all the inhabitants of the woods are the squirrels.

The best known of Shakespeare's allusions to England are no doubt those splendid outbursts of patriotism which occur in King John, and Richard II, and Henry V. And of these the dying speech of John of Gaunt, in Richard II, is the deepest in feeling.

Of these, the best known are the "Luve Ron" (love rune or letter) of Thomas de Hales (c. 1250); "Springtime" (c. 1300), beginning "Lenten (spring) ys come with luve to toune"; and the melodious love song "Alysoun," written at the end of the thirteenth century by some unknown poet who heralds the coming of Chaucer: Bytuene Mersh and Averil, When spray biginneth to springe

Know, Liberty and I are still the same Congenialever mingling flame with flame!

The best-known of these lay sermons is: "The Queen of the Air" (1869), a splendid blending of his fancy with the Greek nature-myths of cloud and storm, represented by Athena, goddess of the heavens, of the earth, and of the heart.

Know, then, that the verst is two-thirds of a mile, that the different nomadic people of the governments of Transcaucasia are composed of Kalmucks, descendants of the Eleuthes, fifteen thousand, Kirghizes of Mussulman origin eight thousand, Koundrof Tartars eleven hundred, Sartof Tartars a hundred and twelve, Nogais eight thousand five hundred, Turkomans nearly four thousand.

Know thyself, was the first command of reason; and wisdom was an ancient thing when the sweet influences of the Pleiades and the path of Arcturus with his sons were young in human thought.

This hill and its outliers are a museum of stone circles and dolmens, the best known of which is the "Helstone," or Stone of the Dead.

Knowing and loving, thought and volition, knowledge and faith, philosophy and dogma are as little to be abstractly divided as thing and self, being and thought, object and subject.

The best known of these, and a masterpiece of its kind, is "Absalom and Achitophel," which is undoubtedly the most powerful political satire in our language.

This, Aldous knew, was the stream of gold.

Lesser-known is the fact that the only other โ€œrookiesโ€ to win were Horton Smith, in 1934, when everyone was a rookie, and Gene Sarazen, the very next year when there were still a ton of rookies.

The best known is "Dieselpunk", which is set in the 1930s.

The best known of the erotic novels is the Chin-p'ing-mei which, for reasons of our own censors can be published only in expurgated translations.

Some well-known are cases where war intervened that made it illegal to complete commercial transactions e.g. between the UK and Germany in 1939.

Soon afterwards other encyclopaedias appeared, of which the best known is the Book of the Mountains and Seas (Shan Hai Ching).

The best known of the stories referring to the former is the transparent tale of Narcissus forced by Nemesis to fall in love with his own image reflected in the waters, and to pine away through unsatisfied longing; or, as Pausanias tells the story, having lost his twin sister (the morning twilight), he wasted his life in noting the likeness of his own features to those of his beloved who had passed away.

The best known of these is the house sparrow, Passer domesticus.

The best known of the Catalonian troubadours is Raimon Vidal of Besadun, both for his novelas and also for his work on Provenรงal grammar and metre, Las rasos de trobar, which was written for the benefit of his compatriots who desired to avoid solecisms or mistakes when composing.

The best known of these criticisms are the preface to the Fables, "Of Heroic Plays," "Discourse on Satire," and especially the "Essay of Dramatic Poesy" (1668), which attempts to lay a foundation for all literary criticism.

"Know thyself" may be a wise maxim, but to carry about one's self an ever watchful critic deadens the feeling, dividing as it were your soul in two parts.

Of the rest, comprised in one small volume, perhaps the best known are 'The Jovial Supper,' 'The Echo,' and the 'Counsel to a Widow.' SLEEP Sleep is no servant of the will, It has caprices of its own: When most pursued,'tis swiftly gone; When courted least, it lingers still.

Of the various component parts of the tomb, finished or unfinished, the best known is the Moses at S. Pietro in Vincoli

They released six singles between 1965 and 1966, of which the best known are "Demoliciรณn", "Fugitivo de Alcatraz" and "El Entierro de los Gatos", which have become anthems in Peruvian rock and, over time, have led to the recognition of the band worldwide.

The best known of these is the Sothic cycle.

The best known among the doctrines of Malebranche is the principle that we see all things in God (que nous voyons toutes choses en Dieu.

Mother Knows Best" is a song written by composer Alan Menken and lyricist Glenn Slater for Walt Disney Pictures' 50th animated feature film Tangled (2010).

The best-known of the awards are the Primetime Awards (some of which are named "Creative Arts Emmys") and the Daytime Emmy Awards.

The best known among his secular songs is Nordlands Trompet, a beautiful and patriotic description of the northern part of Norway.

The best known is the maja, a snake that grows to a length, sometimes, of twelve or fifteen feet.

The biggest and best known is the New Walk Museum.

The best known of these is, of course, the story of the cakes.

Charles Coffey (d. 1745), an Irishman, was the author of several farces, operas, ballad operas, ballad farces, and farcical operas, the best known of which was The Devil to Pay, or the Wives Metamorphosed (1731).

The best known is the following, but it is not so well known that I must therefore omit it.

The best known of Vauvenargues' sayings, as it is the deepest and the broadest, is the far-reaching sentence already quoted, that "Great thoughts come from the heart."

The best known of these is BSE or the bovine form of TSE, which infected about 2 million cattle, caused the collapse of the British beef industry and has killed 160 people so far.

ANN, nรฉe WARD, English novelist, born in London; wrote a series of popular works which abound in weird tales and scenes of old castles and gloomy forests, and of which the best known is the "Mysteries of Udolpho" (1764-1823).

REEVE, CLARA, an English novelist, born, the daughter of a rector, at Ipswich; the best known of her novels is "The Champion of Virtue," afterwards called "The Old English Baron," a work of the school of Mrs. Radcliffe and of Walpole (1725-1803).

The promontory known as "Maiden's Rock" is the most conspicuous of all.

The best known of Shakespeare's allusions to England are no doubt those splendid outbursts of patriotism which occur in King John, and Richard II, and Henry V. And of these the dying speech of John of Gaunt, in Richard II, is the deepest in feeling.

The three best known of Jonson's comedies are Volpone, or the Fox, The Alchemist, and Epicoene, or the Silent Woman.

The best known of the Bond title designers is Maurice Binder, who created them for fourteen films from 1962 to 1989.