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  • n. Plural form of unknown.


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  • A new movie starring five young unknowns is tipped to match the success of Slumdog Millionaire

    Africa United reveals the other side of a continent

  • What happened in hindsight, that was one of the unknowns, is that the competitiveness of job market often involves being 'in' or 'out'.

    Exposing my naivete

  • Getting US soldiers blown up because we have some unknown knowns and some known unknowns is the same kind of cloudy reasoning that got us into this.

    Matthew Yglesias » Muqtada’s Shift

  • And Harry Potter unknowns is a discussion that many people world-wide are having.

    Three Little Words

  • Many of the long-term unknowns of our business are becoming known, and we like the answers.

  • Meanwhile, critics of SmartReg's puff up the "unknowns" - the sames fear based logic which keeps people from marrying or having children.

    Anne Butterfield: A Greener, Level Playing Field With Boulder's SmartRegs

  • That leaves a stack of 'unknowns'-and they're worse than the' knowns. '

    The Fate of the Phoenix

  • The list of nominals includes 79 police staff and about 40 "unknowns" - including two men seen knocking at the victim's door at 8. 30pm on the night before his body was found.

    EDP24 News

  • While Kriegsmann beautifully photographed some of the most famous names in post-WWII entertainment, this gallery concentrates on unknowns from the studio’s later years.

    Has-Beens? Try Never-Wases. :

  • Hell, we’ve got half a cooler set aside just for long-term unknowns.

    206 BONES


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