I knew something of the bourgeois of Geneva, now I know something
of the bourgeois of Brussels; if I went to London, I would know something
of the bourgeois of London.
As one of the lower domestic animals, you cannot be expected to know much, but you might know something
Pendleton," began the doctor, abruptly, "I've come to you because you, better than any one else in town, know something
of my relations with Miss Polly Harrington.
But to comprehend it aright, you must know something
of the curious internal structure of the thing operated upon.
Your aunt was sometimes taken with these swoons, miss; and I know something
The first necessity was to know something
of the man.
But the first thing to be done was to satisfy in some way the curiosity of my Wife, who naturally wished to know something
of the reasons for which the Circle had desired that mysterious interview, and of the means by which he had entered the house.
I know something
is going to happen, something terrible, and I can do nothing to stop it.
She also referred the lawyers to two of Dermody's relatives, who lived in the city, a nd who might know something
of his movements after he left my father's service.
There must be quite a number of persons living who remember him, not unkindly, I trust, and know something
of the story that I am about to tell.
Such chapters as "The Child with the Mirror", "In the Happy Isles", "The Grave-Song," "Immaculate Perception," "The Stillest Hour", "The Seven Seals", and many others, are almost utterly devoid of meaning to all those who do not know something
of Nietzsche's life, his aims and his friendships.
You can get to know something
, you can ask for something.
I don't lay claim to anything else than having used some opportunities which have not come within everybody's reach; but there is no stifling the offence of being young, and a new-comer, and happening to know something
more than the old inhabitants.
But of men--I have known one man indifferent well for over forty years, have exulted in him (odd to think of it), shuddered at him, wearied of him, been willing (God forgive me) to jog along with him tolerantly long after I have found him out; I know something
of men, and, on my soul, boy, I believe I am wronging you.
But you MUST know SOMETHING
," declared Dorothy, getting provoked.