Again, this reflects a lack of knowledge about the criminal justice system.
For only with that knowledge would they have had enough information to make an informed—and, no doubt, sophisticated—decision.
For these women, the actual birth usually comes as a shock, as they have suppressed the knowledge that they are pregnant.
In France, we are supposed to salve our consciences with the knowledge that draft horses are raised to be eaten.
"Everybody in the E.U. was surprised by the fuss it provoked," said a European diplomat with knowledge of the proceedings.
It was in the same spirit that he forbade to the Brothers the knowledge of Latin.
My mind was the richer merely by the knowledge that it was there.
What does a poet want with a knowledge of the world, in the common, sordid sense?
He measured your blindness and weakness by the standard of His own knowledge and almightiness.
"I told you just now I'm very fond of knowledge," Isabel answered.
early 12c., cnawlece "acknowledgment of a superior, honor, worship;" for first element see know. Second element obscure, perhaps from Scandinavian and cognate with the -lock "action, process," found in wedlock. Meaning "capacity for knowing, understanding; familiarity; fact of knowing" is late 14c. Sense of "an organized body of facts or teachings" is from c.1400, as is that of "sexual intercourse." Also a verb in Middle English, knoulechen "acknowledge" (c.1200), later "find out about; recognize," and "to have sexual intercourse with" (c.1300).
artificial intelligence, information science
The objects, concepts and relationships that are assumed to exist in some area of interest. A collection of knowledge, represented using some knowledge representation language is known as a knowledge base and a program for extending and/or querying a knowledge base is a knowledge-based system.
Knowledge differs from data or information in that new knowledge may be created from existing knowledge using logical inference. If information is data plus meaning then knowledge is information plus processing.
A common form of knowledge, e.g. in a Prolog program, is a collection of facts and rules about some subject.
For example, a knowledge base about a family might contain the facts that John is David's son and Tom is John's son and the rule that the son of someone's son is their grandson. From this knowledge it could infer the new fact that Tom is David's grandson.
See also Knowledge Level.