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acquaintance

Philosophy the relation between a knower and the object of his knowledge, as contrasted with knowledge by description (esp in the phrase knowledge by acquaintance)
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SP Traffic Ilyas Hashmi, said that the aim of holding such programmes was to acquaint the students with traffic laws while inculcating better traffic sense among them.
Farmers Bank has announced that it had launched a financial wellness programme that would better acquaint customers with financial management.
It is to mention that representatives from ITP and Pakistan Girl Guides Association are visiting educational institutions of Islamabad and a total of 68 institutions will be visited till December to acquaint students with traffic laws.
New Delhi/ Kolkata March 2 (ANI): In a run up to the forthcoming general elections the media department of Congress party is holding a two-day media workshop starting from Monday to acquaint the party members with media management during elections.
It made sense to turn to the Community College of Allegheny County, the region's largest workforce training provider, for assistance in rolling out cutting-edge programming designed to acquaint operating engineers and others with the requirements of a "green" building environment.
This first-of-its-kind event will acquaint Hispanic business owners with government contracting opportunities, while assisting government agencies in reaching the Hispanic community.
A singularly valuable resource for anyone striving to intimately acquaint themselves with the Psalms and understand their emotional expression.
These roundtables provide a splendid opportunity for the ADAA to offer members a way to gain hands-on product knowledge of the latest equipment and methods as we reach out to nonmembers and acquaint them with ADAA.
The easy-to-use introductory references are designed to acquaint businesses and government officials with the directives' essential requirements and their relationship to other EU product safety laws.