store of knowledge

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A Master's degree demonstrates that you have an enhanced set of skills and store of knowledge and it proves your capacity for hard work, concentration and adaptability - qualities that any employer will seek.
Now it turns out that the famous furnace - the product of a search for natural gas gone horribly wrong - could be an untapped store of knowledge for mankind, EurasiaNet's Chris Rickleton said.
Chevrolet, the creator of the SUV with the introduction of the Suburban back in 1935, has drawn on its huge store of knowledge, experience and heritage in the global SUV market in its creation of the new Trailblazer.
The fourth generation of her family to work in the real estate business, Cardinale has inherited a store of knowledge as well as a love of the area.
Getting two renowned research projects to work more closely together can be expected to add much additional information and evidence to that store of knowledge.
There are links throughout the Guidebook to further information and research, adding to the author's own store of knowledge and making the book a most comprehensive resource.
George has a deep understanding of markets and the domestic and international economy, and that store of knowledge will be put to good use in the academic leadership role he will be assuming at Aston University.
Over the next few years and decades, scientists will find out much more about how the Earth's climate works and will gradually build a store of knowledge about how the increasing heat in the system is affecting regional weather patterns, such as the storm tracks which bring rains and winds to Wales.
Raja Gargour, Director of Royal Automobile Museum, said: "We are always keen to present to our visitors the best and latest shows, enrich their store of knowledge, and offer them an outstanding way of combining entertainment with culture.
Commenting on the agreement, Director of Royal Automobile Museum, Raja Gargour, said: "We, at Royal Automobile Museum, are always keen to present to our visitors the best and latest shows, enrich their store of knowledge, and offer them an outstanding way of combining entertainment with culture".
I do not gain any pleasure from seeing a dead animal, unless it is on my dinner plate, but I do not believe that we should write off the vast store of knowledge gained by the field sports community.
His long career and the many kinds of aircraft he has flown, from propellers to jets, give him a great store of knowledge and experience.