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    how to use the "know of" in a phrase..

    hi.. I just want to know if there's a phrase such as "people that i know of"?.. I'm just confused if you could try to use the "i know of" into that phrase or I should stop on the "know" and not putting "of" together with it..

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    Smile Re: how to use the "know of" in a phrase..

    Nothing that I know of would have kept...
    Do you have any sort of medical explanation that you know of?

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    Re: how to use the "know of" in a phrase..

    There are people I know of [know about] who have been cured by the most amazing healers.

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