acquire knowledge

See: study
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The object of knowledge would appear to exist before knowledge itself, for it is usually the case that we acquire knowledge of objects already existing; it would be difficult, if not impossible, to find a branch of knowledge the beginning of the existence of which was contemporaneous with that of its object.
This makes one shudder at the mysterious ways girls acquire knowledge.
Now it depends on the enrolled students to acquire knowledge from national and international experts and transfer the same to others, he said.
The Vice-Chancellor said that it is essential to present a better environment to the inmates of the hostels as such students come from far off places to acquire knowledge.
MS Bukhari, while remembering the contributions of Sir Syed in the field of education, said that it is obligatory for every male and female to acquire knowledge.
New "Document Knowledge Miner" Enables Those With Print Disabilities To More Easily Acquire Knowledge From Digital Files, Increasing The Usability Of Mobile Wireless Technologies.
These officers are responsible for professional management of finances and accounts and the Institute will enable them acquire knowledge and skill to better face and emerging challenges and tap opportunities for strengthening the finances of Indian Railways.
He congratulated Shaikh Isa, lauding his interest in studying and academic achievement, and keenness to acquire knowledge.
HRH Premier congratulated Shaikh Isa on his graduation, lauding his interest in studying and academic achievement, and keenness to acquire knowledge and science.
The project envisages the opening of Samsung Electronics centres in several cities in Serbia, where the unemployed would acquire knowledge and would be trained to service the widest range of products at this prestigious international companies, according to a statement from the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister Source: Serbian Government
GRANTS have been awarded to three people from the North East to acquire knowledge from overseas to bring back for the benefit of others in their communities.
Thirty-one American academics contribute 14 chapters examining how children acquire knowledge in the "real world" and highlighting strategies that can help practitioners build children's knowledge bases in classrooms and beyond.