KNEW may refer to:
- The ICAO code for New Orleans Lakefront Airport, located in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
- KNEW (AM), a radio station on 960 kHz, licensed to San Francisco, California, United States, that carries the KNEW call sign as of January 3, 2012.
- KKSF (AM), a radio station on 910 kHz, licensed to Oakland, California, United States, which carried the KNEW call sign from 1966 to 2012.
- KJRB, a radio station on 790 kHz, licensed to Spokane, Washington, United States, and formerly known as KNEW (1947–1966)
Other articles related to "knew":
... "Back When I Knew It All" is a single by American country music duo Montgomery Gentry ... their sixth studio album, also entitled Back When I Knew It All, which was released on June 10, 2008 ...
... All you knew is coming out of the mist of the snow and the white mist, you would see the ball come out of the white ... You knew what the route was and you knew the direction of the ball." ...
... I knew I didn't know how to live anymore ... I knew I had lost my mind ... I knew that I'd never make it through another tour, but I also thought, "You can't stop fucking around with this ...
... Cavendish knew Pell from the Welbeck period, along with the mathematicians Walter Warner and Robert Payne ... He supported William Oughtred and knew John Wallis ... From early travels in France, he knew Marin Mersenne and Claude Mydorge later he met René Descartes, Gilles de Roberval and Pierre Gassendi ...
Famous quotes containing the word knew:
“Poetry is indispensableif I only knew what for.”
—Jean Cocteau (18891963)
“I have known a number of Don Juans who were good studs and who cavorted between the sheets without a psychiatrist to guide them. But most of the busy love-makers I knew were looking for masculinity rather than practicing it. They were fellows of dubious lust.”
—Ben Hecht (18931964)
“Life is crazy. Now, maybe you knew this all along. But before I had children, I actually held on to the illusion that there was some sense of order to the universe.... I am now convinced that we are all living in a Chagall paintinga world where brides and grooms and cows and chickens and angels and sneakers are all mixed up together, sometimes floating in the air, sometimes upside down and everywhere.”
—Susan Lapinski (20th century)