1 Tell me the thesis, so that I may apply your knowledge as you go on.
2 Do you not see how, of late, this monster has been creeping into knowledge experimentally.
3 All through there are signs of his advance; not only of his power, but of his knowledge of it.
4 Remember, my friend, that knowledge is stronger than memory, and we should not trust the weaker.
5 So far as I can see, my only plan will be to keep my knowledge and my fears to myself, and my eyes open.
6 Should the letters not carry, then the Count shall not yet know my secret or the extent of my knowledge.
7 He dared even to attend the Scholomance, and there was no branch of knowledge of his time that he did not essay.
8 Perhaps I may gain more knowledge out of the folly of this madman than I shall from the teaching of the most wise.
9 I am glad we made our resolution in time, as with such a feeling as this, our growing knowledge would be torture to her.
10 He then, of his own accord, spoke of going home, a subject he has never mentioned to my knowledge during his sojourn here.
11 They did not quite know what to say or do, as they were ignorant of the amount of my knowledge; so they had to keep on neutral subjects.
12 For a man who was never in the country, and who did not evidently do much in the way of business, his knowledge and acumen were wonderful.
13 There is reason that all things are as they are, and did you see with my eyes and know with my knowledge, you would perhaps better understand.
14 We are now so much further advanced in our knowledge as to their disposition that, when we have examined the house in Piccadilly, we may track the very last of them.
15 Van Helsing sits in my study poring over the record prepared by the Harkers; he seems to think that by accurate knowledge of all details he will light upon some clue.
16 If this be an ordered selfishness, then we should pause before we condemn any one for the vice of egoism, for there may be deeper root for its causes than we have knowledge of.
17 I used my knowledge of this phase of spiritual pathology, and laid down a rule that she should not be present with Lucy or think of her illness more than was absolutely required.
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