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or knowl·edg·a·ble  (nŏl′ĭ-jə-bəl)
Possessing or showing knowledge or intelligence; perceptive and well-informed.

knowl′edge·a·bil′i·ty n.
knowl′edge·ably adv.
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Noun1.knowledgeability - wisdom as evidenced by the possession of knowledge; "his knowledgeability impressed me"; "his dullness was due to lack of initiation"
wisdom, wiseness - the trait of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight
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Over that period of 65 years, I have built up a treasury of happy memories of the wonderful competitors I have seen, the amazing concerts I have attended, and the incredible warmth, knowledgeability, friendliness and good will of the audience.
operational building collaboration with other LSP and other actors and knowledgeability of sales personnel (Yang et al.
The Society's general director Mubarak Al-Hadi said the participation of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs)-financial supporters from inside Bahrain and abroad contributes in merging between local and international expertise, exchanging of experiences, boosting societies capabilities, capacities, contributions in development in the manner which strengthens civil society organisations in Bahrain in all administrative and economic fields and enriches the knowledgeability of NGOs' personnel in Bahrain.
I had to have a friend come and stand in front of me so I could imagine I was talking to someone sort of casually rather than talking to an entire camera crew of probably slightly dubious musical knowledgeability.
In this respect, he applies the knowledgeability of the hard-boiled hero to the realm of the aesthetic.
Although we might well enjoy his refined conversations and his cultural knowledgeability as a dinner host, we would be compelled to distrust his menus.
This interactive, multimedia curriculum helps processors expand the knowledgeability of employees to better operate Key equipment at peak performance to optimize product quality and maximize equipment uptime while minimizing training costs.
This examination is aimed, first, at fostering "marginal" opinions which the author believes to be fundamentally correct--and the rejection of which since times immemorial (by Schleiermacher and others) he considers to have greatly harmed and hampered our understanding of the Ephesian philosopher; second, at introducing some personal corrections and additions to these opinions; and third, at illustrating the advantages of a deliberately unprejudiced approach towards our sources, an approach based on the presumption of innocence, knowledgeability, and intelligence for all our informers and on the rejection of any rejection (this is not a dittography
The science teachers' awareness of the knowledgeability of the educational application of ICT are respectively far below expectation.
Experimental philosophy in the late seventeenth century depended upon what Stephen Shapin and Simon Schaffer have famously characterized as the "modest witness" that is, a gendered figure of authority, gentility, and privilege measured for "[his] moral constitution as well as [his] knowledgeability.
Students conduct coordination with Military Police elements, screen detainees for potential answers to intelligence collection requirements, and prepare screening reports using the knowledgeability brief (KB) format found in FM 2-22.

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