know (someone)

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know (someone)

To have a familiarity with someone; to know who someone is. Such familiarity can range from close friendship to having only met someone once. Oh yeah, I know Mr. Meyers, he used to be my neighbor. He knew Vanessa long before she became a famous singer.
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I know this is a confidence," she modestly said, after a little hesitation, and in earnest tears, "I know you would say this to no one else.
My last supplication of all, is this; and with it, I will relieve you of a visitor with whom I well know you have nothing in unison, and between whom and you there is an impassable space.
As they drew near to us, I said, 'Does he know you, Mrs.
You know you are wearing your glasses because if someone asked you, you would say yes, however you don't know that you know you are wearing glasses, it is an unknown known.
I tried to explain about how remembering him was like naming a river--a hill, the street you grew up on, folks you laughed with--just so that you know you came from somewhere.
We know you don't know because the meter glass is getting broken.
It lets clients know you are professional and no fly-by-nighter.
AF: They said, "We know you don't want to do it but what are you thinking?
I know you consider yourself a Louisiana writer; you're our poet laureate.
I guess it's just if you know you can do something .
While family may know you best, they also know your weak spots.
Would you let the teacher know you saw her cheating during finals?
The Diabetes: Know the Heart Part campaign message is clear: if you have diabetes, know you are at an increased risk for heart attack and talk to your healthcare provider about managing your risk factors for heart disease.
This summer you can discover Bonilla in a role much closer to home--as Claire, the lesbian dream girl (half fantasy, half real) in Liz Lachman's playful new short film, Getting to Know You.
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