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Don't tell me, I guess I know," she said drawing closer to him.
That is, I won't let him know that I know," said Ned to himself, "though he is probably as well aware of the situation as I am.
I have been on their trail," replied the young Indian, "and know that they number as many as the fingers of my two hands; but they lie hid like cowards.
I know he meant no harm, I never said he did; I know he is not a bad boy.
To which Don Quixote replied, "What answer God will give to your complaints, housekeeper, I know not, nor what his Majesty will answer either; I only know that if I were king I should decline to answer the numberless silly petitions they present every day; for one of the greatest among the many troubles kings have is being obliged to listen to all and answer all, and therefore I should be sorry that any affairs of mine should worry him.
It might have been a hill for all I know or perhaps a stream.
I know that it touched me to think of such a life so spent, and that I came to myself and implored him to give it all.
You know I'm against the others, and you know what they want, yet you do your best to put me on their side
Of course I can't argue the matter, because I know only my own case; but my doctor gave me money--and he had very little--to pay my journey back, besides having kept me at his own expense, while there, for nearly two years.
And now, when I tell thee of how his blindness came to be, thou wilt know, beyond question, that the daughter of Kinoos cannot mother the children of a coward such as thou art, Negore.
You argue that a man cannot enquire either about that which he knows, or about that which he does not know; for if he knows, he has no need to enquire; and if not, he cannot; for he does not know the very subject about which he is to enquire (Compare Aristot.
For there is no doubt that she knows how he escaped from The Yellow Room, and yet she keeps the secret.
Light hair, red-checked gingham dress, and straw hat'--all she knows, indeed
Most likely she knows," she thought, noticing the sympathy in Anna's face.
God knows how long he had been left there to steer, as if forgotten by all his shipmates.