Example sentences of "that [pron] know [adv] " in BNC.

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1 Beating the bounds , when the parishioners walked round the parish boundaries to ensure that everyone knew where they were in case of dispute , was associated with the Rogationtide crop blessing .
2 Before long , he would be required to produce more than just carefully worded facts about the murder that everyone knew already from the grapevine .
3 If other specialists are involved , a general briefing meeting will ensure that everyone knows exactly what is required of them .
4 Arrange a briefing meeting with representatives of the magazine and the sponsor , the author and the photographer to make sure that everyone knows exactly what is required .
5 As the effect is due to lack of information rather than any hard evidence of the situation , it can be removed by ensuring that everyone knows where the resources have been allocated and why .
6 There are some good points — like explaining that everyone knows how to keep their balance and that normal balance should be used when skiing .
7 Aaron Wildavsky argued that while PPBS had many shortcomings , the fundamental reason for its demise was that no-one knew how to do programme budgeting .
8 Instead , now that I knew where she was living , I contacted my solicitors and instructed them to start divorce proceedings .
9 Yet it was then that I knew why I had come , for just distinguishable to me against the background of reciting voices , I heard my own voice .
10 As noon approached John adopted a behaviour pattern that I knew well : stretching , scratching , complacently sighing .
11 The wind was high when I knocked at her door , and I heard a voice from within that I knew not what to make of , though it sounded like the lullaby of a Mother to her Baby .
12 For what is being suggested is that I knew today and not yesterday , despite the fact that there was no difference between the two days that I could tell at the time .
13 I was glad that I knew exactly where Nigel was .
14 When I tried it , it was so beautiful that I knew exactly why people keep doing it .
15 It became clear from talking to parents that I had to see how what they said actually hooked up with their experience , the fine detail of it , and not to assume that I knew exactly what kind of lived experience lay behind a familiar form of words .
16 I could n't wait to run home and tell my mother that I knew how to mix colours . ’
17 I wanted to tell him calmly that I knew perfectly well that it was absurd and quite understood the point of his questions .
18 Or through people that I knew before .
19 It is an autumnal sign and one in which the ‘ balance ’ might be tipped one way or another , and in sexuality could hover between male and female , with one sexual scale dipping then the other rising obediently and almost passively , distantly , independently , in an alternation of identities and desires that I knew so well .
20 The nose and beard also seemed to imply , to produce , to secrete constantly a certain kind of mind which had nothing to do with the intelligence diffused throughout the books , books that I knew so intimately , and which were permeated by a gentle and God-like wisdom . ’
21 I 'd study too , so that I knew more about everything than the cleverest professors .
22 Irina had the idea that I knew certainly as much of the truth behind the events as anyone and possibly more .
23 ‘ None that I knew about , ’ Miss Honey said .
24 And this means that if on the same grounds I claim today to know that it will rain in the afternoon , I must continue to assert that I knew yesterday that it would rain that afternoon ( in the teeth of the evidence ) .
25 ‘ It 's not that there are two Nigel Mansells , it 's just that I know when to compete and when to relax .
26 I 've got this watch with an alarm on it , so that I know when to take it .
27 ‘ And when you see Bellybutton , tell him that I know where his brother is , and I 'll pick the bastard up whenever I choose and then feed him head first into a cane-shredder . ’
28 ‘ So I ca n't say that I know where your mother is or why she left . ’
29 There is of course no logical reason why things should be different this time , wrote Harsnet , why this too should not be an illusion , the illusion of imagining that I know not only what step to take first but also what step to take second and even what step to take third .
30 I can only say that I know not whence they came , nor have ever enquired whither they are going .
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