know apart


  • WordNet 3.6
    • v know apart recognize or perceive the difference
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  • Hector Hugh Munro
    “We all know that Prime Ministers are wedded to the truth, but like other wedded couples they sometimes live apart.”


In literature:

The King going to his Apartment, sent to know where the Prince was, and if he intended to obey his Command.
"The Works of Aphra Behn" by Aphra Behn
Mr. Hardy chatted apart for some time with the Guachos, anxious to know as much as possible of the country into which he was entering.
"Out on the Pampas" by G. A. Henty
I only know all days I've ever seen Must seem now of some other life apart!
"Nirvana Days" by Cale Young Rice
It is dreadful to think that I must sit apart here and do nothing; I do not know if I can stand it out.
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 25 (of 25)" by Robert Louis Stevenson
The Independents, as we know, sat apart, and were a sad thorn in the Presbyterians' side.
"East Anglia Personal Recollections and Historical Associations" by J. Ewing Ritchie
Nobody knows them apart, and they won't tell on each other.
"The Girls of Central High on Lake Luna" by Gertrude W. Morrison
Eyes apart, you know.
"When Ghost Meets Ghost" by William Frend De Morgan
And do you happen to know where his apartment is?
"Air Service Boys Over The Enemy's Lines" by Charles Amory Beach
Did he know that the other also lived there, and did he go into her apartment after leaving his companion?
"An Artist in Crime" by Rodrigues Ottolengui
You know that one wing of the Vatican opens on the square, and in that is the pope's apartment.
"Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Volume 20, September, 1877." by Various

In poetry:

Chase not with undesired largesse
Of sympathy the heart
Which, knowing her own bitterness,
Presumes to dwell apart.
"The Comforters" by Rudyard Kipling
Yet well I know,
Come weal or woe,
Thy heart is mine forever:
Though far apart
From me thou art,
Our true souls naught can sever!
"To My Absent Wife" by Alfred Gibbs Campbell
I only know that, far apart,
They cannot share my hopes and fears;
That somewhere heart may answer heart,
That theirs is not an eye for tears.
"A City Reverie" by Alexander Anderson
I have a friend who came,--I know not how,
Nor he. Among the crowd, apart,
I feel the pressure of his hand, and hear
In very truth the beating of his heart.
"My Friend" by Arthur Sherburne Hardy
Or going up to some apartment, yours
or yours, finding
someone sitting in the dark:
who is it really? So you switch the light on to see: you know the name but
who is it ?
But you won't see.
"People at Night" by Denise Levertov
I know she swore with raging mind,
Her kingdom only set apart,
There was no loss by law of kind,
That could have gone so near her heart;
And this was chiefly all her pain;
She could not make the like again.
"A Praise Of His Love" by Henry Howard

In news:

BARRY Le LAND knows a man who talks of kicking a skull around when he was a boy after the Queen Lane Apartments high-rise was built in 1955.
Barry Le Land knows a man who talks of bravely kicking a skull around when he was a boy after the Queen Lane Apartments were built in 1955.
You know what I mean — attractive dining room, white tablecloths, tables spaced far enough apart to lend a sense of privacy.
According to lore, no one really knows -- apart from three mysterious monks in Normandy sworn to secrecy.
According to those who should know, the blood sports phenomenon probably began in San Francisco, in an apartment at Geary and 23rd Avenue, in the spring of 1994.
If you're in the market for a $10 million Ian Schrager apartment, you'll be sad to know that Icelandic billionaire Jon Asgeir Johannesson has snatched up the second-to-top floor at the Gramercy Park Hotel.
"That looks like Tompkins Square after it rains," quipped Mary, who has an apartment overlooking the park and should know.
Those doubters didn't know the mental toughness that sets the muscular second base man apart from other players.
"Interestingly enough, I didn't really know much about Steve apart from the fact he was in Genesis until we got together in 2006 for the 'Chris Squire 's Swiss Choir' album," the Yes man says.
But there's something that sets Komali's apart: servers who really know the tequilas and can offer smart and thoughtful guidance.
My life has the tendency to fall apart when I'm awake, you know.
New Yorkers know about rentals like the apartment sublet and the summer house share.
Smoke-free Apartments: Know your Rights.
As we prepare for the winter season ahead-- a lot of viewers wanted to know what sets a Nor ' Easter apart from an ordinary storm.
Everyone knows that Manhattan's most expensive apartment is still Martin Zweig's $70 million penthouse at The Pierre .

In science:

Using Lemma 2.1 we know that there exists an apartment Σ of Λ′ containing both the sector Cα and the germ of the sector C ′ α .
(Non-)completeness of R-buildings and fixed point theorems
Performing the local computations for all of these primes would be unfeasible, but we do not need to, since after checking the primes 2, 3 and 5 we exclude every element from HQ(S) apart from the five we already know.
Descent on superelliptic curves
That is, a node does not need to know any topological information (apart from its min-cut), and the waiting times do not need to be communicated in advance to the nodes, but can be decided online based on the network conditions.
Subspace Properties of Network Coding and their Applications
Apart from the distinction between “flaring” and “non-flaring” ob jects, we do not know whether the Fourier properties of PKS 2155-304 are typical of BL Lac ob jects.
Very rapid optical variability of PKS 2155-304
First, in a hierarchical model for structure formation collapse to rg ∼ 20 kpc at zg = 1 traces back to a cloud of subgalaxy fragments—star clusters—at radius ∼ rmax ∼ 200 kpc. I know of no evidence of such clustering (apart from the usual power law correlation functions) in deep samples.
Issues for the Next Generation of Galaxy Surveys