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and obviously scarcely anyone had read it) it seemed absolutely clear that the whole book was nothing but a medley of high-flown phrases, not even--as suggested by marks of interrogation--used appropriately, and that the author of the book was a person absolutely without knowledge of the subject.
Flanagan, without knowledge or technique, painted with the loose brush of a man who has spent a lifetime in the practice of the art.
He could curl up and look at the pictures in the strange things which were books, he could puzzle out the printed word he had learned to read without knowledge of the spoken language it represented, he could live in a wonderful world of which he had no knowledge beyond the covers of his beloved books.
on the whole he preferred doing without knowledge from that source.
The quality that distinguishes love without knowledge.
Although at this time nearly twenty years had passed over the head of Norman of Torn he was without knowledge or experience in the ways of women, nor had he ever spoken with a female of quality or position.
I do not speak without knowledge who have seen the land from Delhi south awash with blood.
After taking stock of himself and finding that he still had his pistol and ammunition, some matches, a little tobacco, a canteen full of water and a razor, Bradley made himself comfortable upon the mat and was soon asleep, knowing that an attempted escape in the darkness without knowledge of his surroundings would be predoomed to failure.
He said: Great nations take special interest in book reading which increases their knowlege as without knowledge no nation could get goals of progress and prosperity.
In this volume, an international group of scholars set forth new understandings of the conditions of contemporary African cultural production; arguing that it is impossible to understand African cultural productions without knowledge of the structures of production, distribution, and reception that surround them, their essays grapple with the shifting notion of what "African" means when many African authors and filmmakers no longer live or work in Africa.
I WAS shocked to read the letter of Mr TH Thomas published in your edition of the 22 June making reference to my late mother Mary Augusta Edwards MBE (not Margaret Edwards, how well he must have known her), who recently died in March of this year aged 103 years, suggesting that she would have used her progressive attitude to support a rural community development, such as a solar farm, without knowledge or consideration.
SWABI -- Real and durable changes in the country could only be brought through contemporary education to the young generation and without knowledge of modern sciences and advance technology the country would not be able to make any remarkable progress.