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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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One in four adult Filipinos said they know someone who had been summoned by the Philippine National Police (PNP) under its Oplan Tokhang antidrug campaign, according to the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey.
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They don't need to be a full-time carer to be nominated, so please if you know someone who fits this description, please let us know.
A quarter of people in Newcastle know someone who will be working during the Royal Wedding celebration, but Greggs is asking for folk to nominate their neighbours, friends or people in the local community who, for whatever reason, will be missing out on the celebrations.
Do you know someone who was laid off from his or her job and is now volunteering or in a new unexpected career?
There are not many people these days who don't know someone who is affected by addiction or alcoholism.
Summary: More than two-fifths of young people know someone who has suffered mental health problems caused by cannabis, a report shows.
Synopsis: Americans who personally know someone who is gay or lesbian are more likely than those who do not to support legalized gay marriage, 49% to 27%.
THEY say you never really know someone until you live with them.
an unusual way of behaving or thinking that is characteristic of a person <When you know someone a long time, you become accustomed to their idiosyncrasies.
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