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Meanings and phrases
- having or showing profound knowledge; erudite
- highly educated; having extensive information or understanding; knowing; knowledgeable; lettered; well-educated; well-read
- established by conditioning or learning; conditioned
- someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field; initiate; pundit; savant
- one of the three professions traditionally believed to require advanced learning and high principles
- a reaction that has been acquired by learning; learned response
- a reaction that has been acquired by learning; learned reaction
- He learned to play the guitar in his early teens.
- Brooks learned to play both the guitar and banjo.
- He also learned to play keyboards and saxophone.
- We learned how to maximize our bang for our buck.
- He learned how to be contented of what he has right now.
- She learned how to fly a plane at age 20.
- The lessons learned from Force X and Nenita were combined in the 7th BCT.
- Childhood lessons learned from his father, a tanner, now served him well.
- However, the lessons learned were considered anticlimactic and dispiriting.
- Villamil's talent was evident when he learned to play Colombian tiple at 4 years of age.
- Sieglock had already attended the orientation for new Assembly members when he learned he hadn't won.
- This was a difficult task and he resigned on 22 June, when he learned of the king's flight to Varennes.
- Schuur first learned to play the piano by ear.
- The Japanese first learned to make bread from Europeans.
- Buddle first learned the banjo and mandolin.
- He came from Saxony and learned to speak Czech.
- There she learned to speak English and in 2012 became a US citizen.
- Many Choctaw adults learned to speak the language before speaking English.
- Young Cable later learned French on his own.
- Napoleon later learned the truth from the Russian gazettes.
- Elissa later learned that she had been selected to be the "M.V.P."
- Anne, having learned the truth about her husband, leaves him.
- By 1806, having learned the brass business, Allaire opened his own foundry.
- Fred, having learned that Johnny is worth $11,002,076.17, tries to sell the robot.
- Although he was blind, Fest learned to read music in Braille.
- She learned to read early and spent all her free time reading books.
- Since he had learned to read, books played an important place in his life.
- Members of the learned society are divided into two divisions, Letters and Sciences.
- A less common, broader meaning of proceedings are the acts and happenings of an academic field, a learned society.
- In 1926 there was a split in which the museum became a separate entity, receiving the assets of the learned society.
- Christy was also involved in numerous learned societies.
- However, Fountaine's membership of learned societies was pioneering.
- The botanist Marian Farquharson had petitioned learned societies to admit women.
- She learned to fly ultralight aircraft at the age of sixty.
- Eielson learned to fly in the U.S. Army Air Service in 1917.
- Witt was 19-years-old when he first learned to fly and earned his Private Pilot License.
- He soon learned to play the electric guitar.
- I soon learned, no clubs would book a band that played original songs.
- Nansen soon learned no ship was likely to call at Godthaab until the following spring.
- I ran her behind older fillies last time and she learned a lot.
- I learned a lot from him.
- He was very generous to us in our early years and we learned a lot from him".
- Miller came to the conclusion that fear could be learned through conditioning.
- The recipes for these potions can be learned through scrolls, or by experimentation.
- This knowledge is learned through experience and therefore creates an air of ‘coolness’.
- Oaf never learned to say "No" and he was always punched.
- Hart had never learned to drive.
- Morricone never left Rome to compose his music and never learned to speak English.
- Slave children quickly learned that they were subject to the direction of both their parents and their owners.
- Indeed this is what they found: that the newcomers quickly learned the traditional routes and schooling sites.
- The band quickly learned that filming a live performance for a television show is not as straight forward as its sounds.
- This fact haunted them, until they learned more.
- In 2007 Clapton learned more about his father, a Canadian soldier who left the UK after the war.
- There he took night courses at the Academy of Fine Arts and learned more about cartooning from Carl Ed.
- Lessons learned during the Vietnam War showed the effectiveness of guns.
- He learned during his European tour that a large number of funds invested with Madoff operated offshore.
- Other proposals include the Samaritan alphabet, which Cyril learned during his journey to the Khazars in Cherson.
- "The most learned man anywhere to be found", according to Einhard's "Life of Charlemagne" ("ca."
- He was considered the most learned man of his time, and wrote excellent biblical and historical books.
- Throughout history, Nietzsche asserts, the most learned seem to have shared a common belief that life is worthless.
- It is here that he learned the art of leg-spin.
- He also learned the art of engraving.
- He learned the art of performing from his friend and mentor Pete Seeger.
- Bhagat Bhikhan was the most learnt of the learned men of the time of Emperor Akbar.
- Together these relationships and their interpretations supposedly form "...the language of the heavens speaking to learned men."
- These men worked mainly as judges for the city and eventually the region dispersing learned men to all the principal cities in Mali.
- Some left the march when they learned that Bentley had not been murdered.
- "A decade ago, most people thought I was crazy when they learned of my efforts to save the old part of Jakarta.
- They had reached Cilicia, when they learned of Alexander's death, and decided to stay there until they received further news.
- Klopstock's work shows he learned much from Milton.
- He learned much about the Mohawk and Iroquois.
- Hawes also learned much from pianists Powell and Nat King Cole, among others.
- President Bush only learned about this four years later in April 2006.
- She was born with spastic legs and only learned how to walk at age thirteen.
- I only learned to write stories because people kept paying me to write them.
- Larson developed an interest in music at age 11 when she learned to play the guitar.
- My mother taught me my letters, although I well remember when she learned them herself.
- She originally became interested in cycling when she learned that about her diabetes risks.
- During this time, he earned himself a fine reputation as a learned man.
- A learned man, he founded a university and established the Berlin library.
- Pietro was a learned man who rose to become a close advisor to the emperor.