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don't know

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(Statistics) a person who has not reached a definite opinion on a subject, esp as a response to a questionnaire
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I do not know now what I will say, but I will have something to say.
Although I do not know who the other authors in this tribute to Robert Smith are, I am sure that none of them has so many and such "ancient" points of intersection with the honoree as I have.
for example, do not know anyone in any developing country -- especially in remote villages where many of the people live, and where a little money could often go farthest.
But there are no real answers, at least I do not know of any.
Your prospective camp families -- the real targets for all your marketing messages -- do not know and do not care who produced the materials.
want to teach motorists how to drive their cars while they still do not know how to build freeways?
The clergy do not know the power--the huge, magic medicine, the voice of God--that is brought when they walk into the room where a death has occurred and stand upright.
You are now free to leave the hypothesis to others: but admit that even if Christ were only the subject of a great story, the fact that this story could have been imagined and desired by humans, creatures who know only that they do not know, would be just as miraculous (miraculously mysterious) as the son of a real God's being made flesh.
But deep down inside, in that place where I still fear to go, the little voice kept asking me questions: "What if others on the faculty knew that I really do not know what I am doing?
Most organizations even at this stage in the development of this economy do not know the people up and down the organization who are absolutely critical.
Jesus said: "Watch, therefore, for you do not know at what hour your Lord is to come" (Mt 24:42).
Since end users and upper management either genuinely do not know or at least refuse to acknowledge how inadequately information processes serve them, it is incumbent that the people who presumably do know, the professional librarians, make the point not of how wonderful libraries are but rather of how inadequate they are and how good they could be.