unacquainted(p), unacquainted with(p), unfamiliar with(p)(adj)
having little or no knowledge of
"unacquainted with city ways"
The numerical value of unfamiliar with in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of unfamiliar with in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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No, he doesn't because I kind of know where he’s coming from. I’m not unfamiliar with his opinions. So it doesn’t really bother me because I know what the truth is.
Exposure to new and different environments remind us of how big, diverse, and interesting the world is, it expands my ability to be creative and curious and gets my endorphins going. It's also humbling to be new and unfamiliar with different territories.
It's stunning that the governor of Iowa is so unfamiliar with pig farming that he doesn't know the difference between gestation crates and farrowing crates, this bill applied only to gestation crates, meaning there are no piglets to be kept separate from their mothers, since they're all in utero.
No veteran in crisis should ever have to wait for service or be transferred without a positive handoff, told to call another organization, or -- worst of all -- have their call terminated without receiving any assistance, the larger issue is that this situation shows that the VA employees in charge of running the crisis line were asleep at the switch -- utterly unfamiliar with the day-to-day operations of the program.
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