Of Chaucer's life with his wife and family again we know nothing
except that he had at least one son, named Lewis.
If you're a student of history, you might be comparing that person to a member of the Know Nothing
party of the 1850s, a bigoted, xenophobic, anti-immigrant group that at its peak included more than 100 members of Congress and eight governors.
We know nothing
about their sources, we know nothing
about the reliability of this information.
I'm telling you right now, he (McGregor) can do all the stuff he want to do but this guy don't know nothing
about how to get your body right and the amount of time and everything you've got to do, he don't know nothing
about that,' he said.
I also confess to know nothing
of how this recurring struggle feels.
And don't respond by saying I know nothing
Well if he knows that, how can he claim to know nothing
about the behaviour of those who have been charged?
A female member of staff said: "We know nothing
to sort out the NHS You want to stop meddling in things you know nothing
When asked about the organization they supposedly responded "I know nothing
Harsanyi, who was at the Reebok Stadium for three years, said: "It's an honour for me that my name has been linked with Aberdeen but I know nothing
about this supposed approach.
Confusion surrounds rumours of a strike by taxi drivers today, with the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) saying they know nothing
They are extremely smart in things I know nothing
It then has to be passed by Rhondda Cynon Taf Council who say they know nothing
Even people who know nothing
about ``Jane Eyre'' likely know the famous line from Charlotte Bronte's novel: ``Reader, I married him.