Define The Knowledge Meaning

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Salutation, meaning "Peace," accompanied by the raising of the index finger with the first "knowledge" and the raising of the index, middle and ring finger for the second "knowledge." These hand gestures are like the form of the lines inside of the circle in a peace sign.

Robby: What's up, dun?

Gary: Knowledge Knowledge, boy (with accompanying hand gesture.)
By Suzann
The Knowledge
The Knowledge is the in-depth study of London street routes and places of interest that taxicab-drivers must complete to obtain a licence to operate a black cab. It was instigated in 1851, and has changed little since.

It is the world's most demanding training course for taxicab-drivers; and applicants will usually need at least 12 'Appearances' (attempts at the final test), after preparation averaging 34 months, to pass the examination.

Your mate doesn't stand a chance to pass the Knowledge no matter how hard he tries!
By Rana
something too many people lack nowadays

Knowledge is something aqcquired by everything we experience
By Jewelle
A phrase to use when you just taught someone a lesson.

By Rici
What you have if you can read the Encyclopedia Britannica front-to-back and manage to remember. Most will be useless during your mortal existence with the possible exceptions of Jeopardy contests and Thanksgiving dinner arguments.

I am gaining knowledge so that I am prepared to debate prehistoric Inuit burial rituals at the office.
By Elnore

By Pris

He gave her some knowledge.
By Maryellen
Well-educated in a certain field.

I am knowledgeable about baseball and birds.
By Phaedra
1 in Supreme Mathematics

the accumulation of facts through observing, learning, and respecting

Knowledge is the foundation of all in existence, for it must be known in order to make it manifest. Knowledge is the light given off by our sun, which is the foundation of our solar system. It is also the original man, who is the foundation of Allah's family.
By Corenda

Mary gave Bob knowledge lastnight
By Lani