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working knowledge


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  • n. A knowledge of how to make something work without any deeper understanding of why it works, or of how to fix it if it breaks.


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  • The Herbal Studies diploma program is designed for students who want a professional working knowledge of Herbal Medicine.

    You’re Certifiable

  • She took her secretary, Claud Nau, who was so good with figures and had a working knowledge of the expenses of such a celebration, and Madame Rallay, and in a few days Lady Reres joined her, having been replaced at Stirling.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles


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