knowledgenoun

  • ja知識、知っていること、学識
  • enskill, information, or understanding acquired from education or experience

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Bonkers morning, huh?
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So any idea who did it?
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No, but whoever it was had an intimate knowledge of our security systems.
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It was obviously an inside job.
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The voice-activated helper built into all Android devices is the next big push for Google.
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And the company demonstrated how it's applying all of its machine-learning knowledge
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to make the assistant smarter and more useful.
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We wanna build each user his or her own individual Google.
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Lyra, look around this room.
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How many women do you see?
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In every room, there are those that would belittle you.
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With my help, they won't lay a scratch on you.
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For you will have knowledge that they won't.
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And I can teach you to wield power over all of them.
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It was interesting.
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His range of knowledge seemed to be extremely focused on the things that he was specifically interested in.
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If it wasn't a world that he wasn't interested in or a category of information that he was interested in,
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he knew absolutely nothing about it.
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You are an American who's now in charge of a football club
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despite possessing very little knowledge of the game.
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I know that AFC Richmond is gonna give you everything they got, win or lose.
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Or tie.
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Right, you all do ties here.
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I may be paying my friends $10 an hour to wait on line or maybe even a little bit more.
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It depends on how much money I can make off these shoes.
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I worked in Foot Lockers, so I would know who got what,
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I would know how many pairs are being distributed among New York City,
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and what stores aren't gonna be the stores they go to.
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But that knowledge, that's something that I should charge for.
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I'd like to finish up by saying what I'd like to do in the future.
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First of all, I'd like to create more apps, more games.
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I'm working with a third-party company to make an app.
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I'd like to get into Android programming and development,
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and I'd like to continue my app club,
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and find other ways for students to share knowledge with others.
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Thank you.
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All through my life, all the things that I've done,
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I think, was God's way of training me for this position of not only being Santa to families and children,
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but also sharing my knowledge, and my experience, and the training to other Santas.
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And out of this, we actually started going on little cruises and little trips.
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And that's why we're going to Alaska.
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These children are a gift.
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They will bring knowledge that will begin a new world.

Other meanings for knowledge...

knowledgenoun

  • ja知っている、知識、認識
  • enthe state of being aware of something
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I kissed your mom.
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What?
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I was really upset about Rachel and Paolo.
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And I think I had too much tequila.
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And Nora — Mrs. Mom, your Bing, was...
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She was just being nice, you know, and...
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But nothing happened. Nothing.
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Ask Joey.
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- Joey, he came in— - You knew about this?
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You know, knowledge is a tricky thing.
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You said that every human is a little bit sad all the time
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because you know you're gonna die.
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But that knowledge is what gives life meaning.”
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Shoplifting.
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You're not going to admit this, are you?
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I can't really admit to something when I have no knowledge of what it is that I'm admitting.