deny any knowledge of

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Qasim said he never expected his mother to deny any knowledge of him or that he would be deported to Bangladesh where he did not know anyone.
The risks are formidable: The secret operative (John Goodman) who approaches Campbell with the offer tells him, ``To do this right, you'll have to commit nothing less than treason'' - and the government will deny any knowledge of Campbell's assignment, even after the war is over.
The Company, its officers and directors categorically deny any knowledge of or involvement with the purported misconduct.