ينبوع, مصدر, نافورة
Noun(1) a specific size and style of type within a type family(2) a plumbing fixture that provides a flow of water
(1) This person has maps on the brain and can be a fount of obscure geographical and cultural knowledge.(2) And, to add to my fount of knowledge, I found out who Marie of Romania was.(3) If the member is suggesting that I am the fount of all knowledge, in advance of hearing what other members have to say, I take that as a great compliment but I am afraid that my natural humility will not allow me to accept it.(4) While the internet is indeed a fount of knowledge, and might well be able to assist you in your quest, certain refinements to your terms are needed.(5) our courier was a fount of knowledge(6) In most towns, taxi drivers are the fount of all knowledge.(7) The trouble was, in my opinion, that Barbara thought she was right on every subject, and the fount of great knowledge on subjects of which she knew little or nothing, such as the motor industry.(8) I am pleased to be able to share with them the fount of knowledge I have on this particular issue.(9) The most profound is that the teacher must relinquish the idea of ├ö├ç├┐knowing it all,├ö├ç├û of being the fount of knowledge and wisdom.(10) I am now a fount of knowledge about this wondrous organisation.(11) Once a university lecturer, now a tour operator of international repute, Chris is a fount of all knowledge.(12) The new edition of the book contains a short foreword by D. Simberloff, a fount of encyclopedic knowledge on biological invasions.(13) The University of Phoenix's curriculum is built around peer-based learning groups where the instructor isn't exactly viewed as a fount of knowledge.(14) As the fount of all knowledge, the pastor's job is to overflow with spiritual truth each week while the congregation sits and absorbs this wisdom.(15) Older people may be a fount of knowledge with regard to local customs as many have only died out recently as homogenous society spread.(16) In turn, the film's title comes to suggest a greater theme about the attempts of humanity to comprehend the apparently incomprehensible - this endeavour being the fount of science, mathematics, philosophy and, yes, art.
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