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know different

also know otherwise
to realize that certain information or an opinion is not correct Some people might say the job is easy, but I know different.
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tourists spent much money to know different cultures.
She got to know different kinds of people very well, which I think stemmed from her time in the entertainment industry.
Until reading this article I just assumed I would need to buy a used bow, now I know different.
We have dedicated teams for different soles channels to ensure we get to know different areas and regions very well.
Those involved in the judicial and legal systems may see Goldstraw's conviction and sentence as a type of justice, but people living out in the real world know different.
The program gave him the chance to really get to know different people on campus, and now the 6-foot-plus teen says he ``roams the campus.
Don't think Sabbath tickets ever cost that much -unless you know different.
And you don't have to know different keystroke commands and palettes for each of the products.
Now, after a gruelling four-day course, they know different.
Different people know different things about the consequences of social policies, and to make good decisions, we have to pull all that information together," Hanson says.
There are those who will tell you that sport and politics can be separated but the soccer heroes of former Yugoslavia know different.
This requires a lot of sensitivity and professional skill and the helper/therapist needs to know different techniques to facilitate the discussion.
The more you try to know different cultures, the better you check your own culture.
Fully serious, these performers continued to the end, ignoring the squeals and yelps of delight from the crowd, many of whom know different ways of expressing sexual imagery and virility in their own dance cultures.
I decided to participate in the program because I wanted to expand my knowledge and get to know different people.