gather knowledge

See: discover, find
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He that questioneth much, shall learn much, and content much; but especially, if he apply his questions to the skill of the persons whom he asketh; for he shall give them occasion, to please themselves in speaking, and himself shall continually gather knowledge.
I wish I could gather knowledge as carelessly," Martin broke out half an hour later.
Here be the images, and I am here' - he glanced at the lama's face - 'to gather knowledge.
Despite the prevailing diversities, a group of 20 actors from Nepal is all set to visit India for about three weeks to gather knowledge about the acting and related aspects of Bollywood.
Social scientists should be deliberate in ensuring that science does not gather knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom.
The desire to gather knowledge remains a strong part of being human, even as the world continues to change.
Support them to gather knowledge, and provide them with good discipline and workplace.
Right to be informed: The right to gather knowledge, skills and awareness relating to consumer rights and responsibilities through continuous awareness program
The students will experience a great sense of accomplishment as they gather knowledge of a new culture through direct participation.
We send our children to school and entrust you with them with an intention that they gather knowledge and improve their way of life and it is wise to appreciate your good work,' he said.
By taking part in this exercise, we can build experience and gather knowledge which could be put to effective use in a real emergency response.
Therefore, we follow New Askers work closely to gather knowledge and experiences so that other municipalities can benefit from their processes, said Knut Hjorth-Johansen from KS.