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keyword: Knowledge
A Little Knowledge Is A Dangerous Thing »
(people who have only a little knowledge about something often make big mistakes because they think they know more than they actually know...)

A Taste Of Things To Come »
(some knowledge of what the future will be like...)

Feel Something In One's Bones »
(one has a knowledge about something, and feels that knowledge as a deep sensation in one's body...)

Have A Clue About Something »
(have some knowledge about it...)

In(s) And Out(s) »
(the knowledge gained from experience...)

Pick Someone's Brains »
(ask questions to learn from one's knowledge...)

Take Advantage Of Someone Or Something »
(use ones knowledge or connection for selfish gain...)



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