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He had seen you indeed, before he came to Bath, and admired you, but without knowing it to be you.
Natasha glanced at her ironically without knowing why.
But after knowing you even for this short time, I knew you were quite the opposite of that, and I remembered that the first thing you had done on coming into the money had been to offer me half, so the information that you were the Lord Dawlish whom I had been hating did not affect me.
Nutty invites you down here, knowing that you are Lord Dawlish.
The woman that was with me had told me that by a mere accident, knowing nothing of what importance it was to me.
husband), and to tell him who I was; but not knowing what temper I might find him in, or how much out of temper rather, I might make him by such a rash visit, I resolved to write a letter to him first, to let him know who I was, and that I was come not to give him any trouble upon the old relation, which I hoped was entirely forgot, but that I applied to him as a sister to a brother, desiring his assistance in the case of that provision which our mother, at her decease, had left for my support, and which I did not doubt but he would do me justice in, especially considering that I was come thus far to look after it.
But when I thought it over a little, I felt more hopeful for your knowing at once that I had only been watchful for you, and had only noticed what I think I have noticed, because I was quickened by your interest in it.
Knowing all this,--and still always going on with infinite endurance, pains, and perseverance, could his dark soul doubt whither he went?
It might be worth knowing what this strange man's business was with Lightwood, or Wrayburn, or both, at such an unseasonable hour.
It read something like this: "An architect is someone who starts out knowing nothing about everything and as time goes on learns less and less about more and more.
There's a lot more to drama studies, comedic timing and improvisation than just putting on blond hair and playing a ditz or knowing how to cry on cue.
That would make the office atmosphere better, the work would get done, the patients would get better care, and I think everyone would feel better about what was accomplished, knowing that we did it as a team.
Camp people find comfort in knowing that throughout the whole year, no matter what goes wrong, everything will be ok once you get to camp.
As the authors come to the knowing of self, other, task and situation from various frameworks, and cross boundaries of leadership knowledge, we hope the reader enjoys the essays on teaching leaders and leadership contained herein.
If I am willing to look in that mirror and not run from what I see, I have a chance to gain self-knowledge--and knowing myself is as crucial to good teaching as knowing my students and my subject.