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Our Growing Knowledge

by

Jennifer McBride

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Copyright © 2011, by William McBride ISBN 978-1-257-85505-6

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1. One hangs around for more knowledge. The knowledge is for later.

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2. All take all from the delivered knowledge. Knowledge is famous for having to be viewed.

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3. Knowledge in and of and from heaven has to be respected. Youths are fooled by knowledge.

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4. Knowledge is a noble reward. One's peoples have superior knowledges.

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5. Many go quickly to feast upon knowledge. Knowledge reverberates in degrees.

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6. There are not only rivers of knowledge, but a world of it. Without wit or knowledge one becomes lost.

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7. Most who come to claim their knowledge cannot preserve it. One is thirsty for the knowledge of a touch.

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8. Knowledge hounds the ones who are aloof. When one reads to catch up, knowledge is given back.

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9. Nobody loves to labor for knowledge. Some knowledges do not wax.

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10. Knowledge has a dangerous framework. We speak to purge the knowledge from ourselves.

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11. Weightless knowledges are without worth. Many do not look for knowledge within their hearts.

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12. Knowledge is not the fated enemy. We become faced with the knowledge that we ourselves became vexed.

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13. The state of knowledge is sturdy. One's knowledge has bonded with wonder.

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14. Sweet is the knowledge of the wisdom of how to act. A fresh knowledge pleases one's thoughts.

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15. No fight is as outrageous as the fight for knowledge. A remote knowledge has a shine.

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16. Any knowledge of the soul must not become so imaginary a message. The mastery of knowledge takes years of patience.

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17. One is alone with one's sweet new knowledge. Knowledge mends the rebuked ones.

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18. On every occasion knowledge must be retained. One recovers some knowledge from the news.

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19. A deep knowledge becomes the start of something dear. One is fair who becomes silent to the knowledge of answers.

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20. Even the scariest knowledge has a gracious manner. Knowledge is strongest when it returns.

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21. Now one has a general knowledge. The treasures become our subjects of knowledge.

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22. To keep knowledge to oneself is a sad fancy. Without reasoning, knowledge will become disordered.

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23. Gone is the knowledge we charge to. We guard our knowledge and plot our opinions.

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24. With some knowledge many have a better quality. One fears the knowledge of hopeless poverty.

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25. The suppliers of knowledge are saved by their own mortality. Knowledge is the entrance into goodness.

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26. Knowledge becomes the redemption of one's own dizziness. None are freed by knowledge.

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27. Once in time knowledge was proported to be missed. The passion for knowledge has become soulless.

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28. One hears of thunderous knowledges. Knowledge has a thousand gifts to give.

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29. More knowledge can be a tedious necessity. Shall the knowledge we render contrive an offense to others?

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30. The comfort of knowledge has brought us gladness. Knowledge frustrates one with thoughts.

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31. The Mind becomes the child of, and with even more knowledge. The learning we have softens the knowledge we get.

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32. The knowledge we commission has brought us furnishment. It is primary for us to remember the supposed knowledge we have.

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33. Against our nature we are endeavoring for knowledge. Alive comes the knowledge which we have named.

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34. A sudden knowledge is not taught in all regions. One bears the knowledge when it becomes conscious.

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35. We let our obedience become ruined by knowledge. We have a knowledge of things in our wakefulness.

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36. Knowledge is to become mutual and deserved. Knowledge is a law with a force of its own.

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37. A stop has been proposed to have all knowledge. We believe that we will become acquainted with a radiant knowledge.

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38. So little knowledge results from so much observation of nothing. A pleasure comes from the interception of knowledge.

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39. The ambitious receive the secrets of knowledge. The prophet's knowledge comes in time.

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40. The knowledge wrecks our need for it. May we have the knowledge of how to repeat our friendships.

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41. We dismiss the knowledge which we cannot advance. Many care to embrace knowledge.

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42. The trouble with knowledge is that it may not be sustained by all. One is challenged by the forwardness of another's better knowledge.

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43. Another kind of knowledge is confounding. There is a strange hazard to having too much knowledge.

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44. Many have the power to embrace knowledge. Who has eternal knowledge?

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45. Who has the courage to continually perfect knowledge? Intimacy is a bold knowledge.

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46. It is unfortunate that most knowledge is dull. Knowledge nourishes the pride.

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47. We must part with all knowledge that corrupts or has become corrupt. Much knowledge is forgotten in a minute.

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48. We are measured by and become judged because of the knowledges we have. We do not advocate a faulty or fragmentary knowledge.

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49. One's mind is pained without the knowledge it honors. One characteristic of a man's sorrow is that it comes to the man before others have any knowledge of it.

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50. One fantasizes about the knowledge which little apprehend. Knowledge makes a difference to those who are sick without it.

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51. May one's knowledge of our honesty not become uncertain. We apprehend knowledge but never become flattered by it.

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52. We are supplied by the same knowledge that people are. Hope has more generosity than knowledge.

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53. We have expressed our points because we had the knowledge. We are channeling the knowledge of how to conquer.

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54. Into the blackness we hunt for knowledge. It does not torment us to have much knowledge after we demand it.

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55. Let no knowledge come to one who only practices being virtuous. One can be affected by others of whom they have no knowledge.

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56. We must share the knowledge or become sullen. May we not surfeit an eminent knowledge we have sorted out.

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57. A little knowledge makes our voices more distinct. We condemn the knowledge which does not bring us prosperity.

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58. How can knowledge become wholesome to those who will not even deal with it? We are saddened by the knowledge that beauty is not enough.

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59. With little work our knowledge grows. Nobody is expected to have a knowledge of all languages.

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60. We become threatened by those who have no knowledge of how to control themselves. May knowledge enchant us much and perturb us little.

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61. We have an appetite for an abundance of knowledge. The food of knowledge is much and we have come together for the feast.

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62. May we have the knowledge of what may shelter us from iniquity. Knowledge is garnished by those who report it.

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63. Let a confession of one's knowledge come without dearth. Knowledge could strain the home for it.

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64. Knowledge serves to better our reply. Knowledge can be compared to a traitor.

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65. Our supply of knowledge can be mocked. The glowing knowledge does no wither us.

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66. Our sentences intend much knowledge. Knowledge comes to the self in successions.

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67. Many are rash to have the knowledge which reigns. We are opposed to having to prove our knowledge.

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68. With ostentation knowledge only inches. One produces even more knowledge than yesterday.

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69. We fear the knowledge that might never become hospitable. Let us have a knowledge of cruelty and no more winking!

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70. Our extended knowledge affects us. May our city authorities have much knowledge.

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71. We make precept for any additional knowledge. Liars have some knowledge which we might be oblivious to.

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72. The spirit is weary without knowledge. The knowledge aloft is in our sphere.

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73. We leap upon the privileged knowledge. Knowledge heeded becomes gone.

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74. Knowledge has a beautiful memory. We dare to pack up our knowledge.

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75. Knowledge is spoiled by the deaf. Direct the proven knowledge.

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76. Knowledge comes in cunning numbers. Let not the knowledge of misery flourish.

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77. Grant the excused knowledge. Knowledge has an innocent justice.

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78. We give a hundred hours to knowledge. A knowledge of places is our foundation.

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79. Our impetuous knowledge is unmatched. We demonstrate the avoided knowledge.

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80. Knowledge is fair to the poor. We control the confining of knowledge.

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81. We think that we are dependant upon knowledge. Knowledge has a spare space.

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82. Knowledge breeds realms. An aspect of knowledge is ridden.

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83. Knowledge has a sharp title. A rich knowledge is virtuous.

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84. Knowledge is presented to heaven. Knowledge is lifted to live.

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85. Knowledge is a particular blunt. Knowledge is heeded in a week.

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86. Redeem the knowledge we are led to. Abide perhaps in much knowledge.

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87. Distribute the property of knowledge. Receive the duty of knowledge.

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88. Be a comfort when knowledge is begot. Move to envy knowledge.

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89. Knowledge is the trouble of strife. Knowledge is a furious guide.

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90. Invite the merry knowledge. Fasten a repose to knowledge.

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91. Knowledge has a quiet style. Knowledge is the privilege which we cannot resist.

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92. We flourish in the excellences of knowledge. We are censured by the difficulties of having knowledge.

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93. A foul fortune is someone's knowledge. The figure is the remedy of knowledge.

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94. We procure our acceptance of knowledge. We bequeath a combination of knowledge.

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95. To be ignorant of the knowledge of our affairs may sometimes happen. We have prevented the rigorous knowledge from happening.

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96. We depend on a debate of knowledge. Remove the knowledge of management. Double the rest of knowledge.

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97. We lie into the oblivion of knowledge. A falling knowledge remains. In the chasing of knowledge we are divested. We believe in the burdens of knowledge.

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98. One loathes a scrupulous knowledge. The impressed repeal their knowledges. We ease our hasty knowledge. The stuff to suffer is knowledge.

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99. Knowledge informs our inconsistencies. We all of us are wounded by a fine knowledge. We all of us attend the mischiefs of knowledge. We watch how the knowledge becomes restored.

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100. The uplifted subject of knowledge is for all. The height of knowledge is grown.

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