If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?
By 1960, the South Africans knew that they were becoming a pariah state.
Before Twitter or Facebook, all the fandom that I knew about was anecdotal.
Be assured that if you knew all, you would pardon all.
I would read the atlas for pleasure. I knew it was weird. It was weird.
I knew there was an old axe down cellar; that is all I knew.
I knew Billy Wilder socially and would have loved to work with him.
Margaret Thatcher and John Major knew that bluff and bravado doesn't work in Brussels.
I knew the whistle of each of the river boats on the Tennessee.
I actually knew Adlai Stevenson and Jack and Bobby Kennedy.
I knew boxing before I knew anything else.
I knew I wasn't going to be a rocket scientist - let's not be fools - but I wasn't going to be a bum.
So I, I knew something in a business sense about semiconductors and I appreciated their possibilities.
I knew I wasn't born to be caged and chained up.
I wanted to be a cattle rancher when I was young, because it was what I knew and I loved it.
When I met with Anna Chancellor, I knew she was a kindred spirit. We got one another.
Congratulations. I knew the record would stand until it was broken.
Fonda and Gary Cooper had the best sense of timing of all the actors I knew.
I knew from working with New Order that I enjoyed working with Phil Cunningham.
When I was young I knew I was deaf. I couldn't accept it.