a. & n.1.Wet.
v. i.1.To know; to wit.
[imp. Wot .]
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As Bause soveel aandag aan die misdaadveslae gee, soos wat sy se, sal sy ook weet dat te veel swangerskappe direk na geweldade teen vrouens en meisies teruggevoer kan word.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 2, 2015-Collegium names Dr John (Jack) Weet as VP of Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance
BeRRy RRy RR S y S weeT Becks gives Harper spoonful but he risked a tantrum when he hogged the yoghurt, far right
Kamfer weet ook genoeg hoe om van triviale en banale dinge gedigte te maak.
Most of that time, the horses who carry the first syllable of his surname, "Weet", have reaped rich dividends.
There they meet Weet, an intelligent dinosaur who walks upright and is a young adult of his species.
Five-time End Of Trail champion "China Camp," his wife, "Prairie Weet" and their daughter, "Sweetwater" have made cowboy action shooting a family event for more than 10 years.
Baie later het ed verstaan dat dit jou manier was om vir ons te laat weet dat jy vir ons lief was.
Gaan vaar, rosig in die daeraad se hand, selfs met maste geknak en seile verskeur tussen die Scylla en Chalybdis deur, want jy sal weet: hier digby, digby is die ver, ver land.
WEET A SURPRISE, who gave owner Jim Price a first winner after 40 years of heartache when scoring here in June, struck for the third time for him and trainer James Unett when landing the 6f handicap under Alex Edwards.
BRITON Christopher Weet knotted sheets together to escape from a mountain after he and his wife became trapped in a storm and feared they would die of exposure.
RB says: It's not over till the Fat Lady sings, Steve - but I can hear her warming up and boy does she sound s weet!