Well, if you have some knowledge about cars, then chances of getting the correct car for you is very high. If you know how to decide in which car, which make, which engine, which car type will work for you, then its great, now, how about if you don't? Well, you can make use of online car sites to determine car details. This way, you can know which car would best suit your lifestyle and your budget as well.
"Knowledge" is correct.
"To the best of our knowledge" is popular and correct usage.
That is the correct spelling of "knowable" (able to be known). There is a relared word "knowledgeable" (having knowledge on some subject).
If I understand the question correctly - - the questioner was in someone else's car. The police found paraphernalia (and presumably residue) in the car - and the questioner is claiming innocence due to no knowledge of it. If that's correct - - Yes. If the paraphernalia is within the passenger compartment of the car and in an area reachable by the occupants, the passenger can still be charged. it is known as "concurrent possession."
That is the correct spelling for "knowledge" (information, comprehension).
Have known is correct.
When scientific knowledge is correct, it will fit the Bible-derived framework.
I will correct it with best of my knowledge, the genius community will look after my answer.
Common knowledge - facts or knowledge widely known and undisputed.
No, you're in the car not on it.
The correct answer depends on what is known about the number 2610. If it is known to be correct to 3 significant figures, the correct answer is 2620. If it is known to be correct to 4 significant figures, the correct answer is 2622. If all the numbers are known to be accurate to at least 2 decimal places then the correct answer is 2621.92
I would recommend getting professionals to fix your car. You don't want to screw your car up by working on it without the knowledge or experience needed to make a correct repair.
Knowledge is power. The judicious use of knowledge is known as wisdom. We were overcome by his awesome knowledge of the subject.
The correct GAUGE wire is 28 for a car stereo.
The love of knowledge is known as philosophy. by chadu
The correct way to spell it is "knowledge."
the correct answer is theirs a boy and a girl in the car
We usually say "knowledge of..."
Japanese Knotweed is known variously as Fallopia japonica, Polygonum cuspidatum and Reynoutria japonica.I do not have enough botanical knowledge to say which is the correct name.
Yes. "The car that just passed was theirs" is grammatically correct.
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The correct spelling is knowledge (understanding, expertise).