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love the encyclopedia, but the dictionary dosn't seem to work. Knowledge definition is quirky and not really accurate. Not sure that this project is worth the candle67.22.135.217 06:45, 13 January 2006 (UTC)

UK taxi drivers[edit]

Perhaps this is worth a mention somehow (from Wikipedia): "The taxicab driver is required to be able to decide routes immediately in response to a passenger's request or traffic conditions ... Consequently, the 'Knowledge of London' Examination System, informally known as The Knowledge, is the in-depth study of a number of pre-set London street routes and places of interest that taxicab drivers in that city must complete to obtain a licence to operate a black cab." Equinox 10:36, 25 August 2010 (UTC)

Middle English spellings[edit]

I removed the following from the list of alt forms, because they do not appear to meet CFI as modern English words, though each has at least one (though often no more than one) attestation in Middle English: cnaulage, cnoulech, knauleche, knaulach/kneuelich/kneuleche/kneuliche/knouelache/knouelich (only mentioned in one dictionary), knoulegge, knoulecche, knouliche, knouelech, knowlesche. I left some relatively more common alternative spellings in the list even though they, too, may be ME-only. - -sche (discuss) 17:45, 11 April 2013 (UTC)