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Possible correct spellings for kbnow
- bone They know-they feel it in their bone-what goin' 'appen-when you dead.
- bonn He said that Karl had wasted all his time at Bonn and learned nothing, only getting into a bad scrape and spending a lot of money.
- bony He remained standing, lifting his eyes after a brief, shifting study of his bony hands.
- boon She could not keep her fingers off "Every Man his own Lawyer," and consulted that boon to the legal profession to such good effect that she placed a handsome fee in the pocket of one of its brightest ornaments at the earliest opportunity.
- ebony Close to his hand, upon an ebony pedestal, stood a squat stone figure having the head of a man with the face of a bull.
- gabon UN urges Equatorial Guinea and Gabon to resolve the sovereignty dispute over Gabon-occupied Mbane Island and lesser islands and to establish a maritime boundary in hydrocarbon-rich Corisco Bay
- juno No; the master of the house himself should receive Juno at the capital.
- kb Lieutenant-general Sir Charles Stuart, KB (January 1753 – 25 May 1801) was a British nobleman and soldier.
- ken In the middle of Grand Rapids she broke amidships, but held together until in the darkness she floated beyond our ken.
- keno Jack carried the lantern, while Ralph, with one hand on the bridle, the other holding the two eagles tied and balanced across the saddle, allowed Keno to pick his own way along the trail.
- kin I never kin somehow git at what sech fellers think about or do when they are at home.
- kine The woman kissed her, and she arose, and all they went together to the milking of the kine some half mile inland; and they passed through much of orchard, and some deal of tillage, wherein the wheat was already growing high; and so came they to a wide meadow through which ran a little stream, and therein was a goodly herd of kine.
- king Then the King spoke, not moving at all.
- know I know, I know!
- krona Currency: euro; pound (Cyprus), koruna (Czech Republic), krone (Denmark), kroon (Estonia), forint (Hungary), lat (Latvia), litas (Lithuania), lira (Malta), zloty (Poland), koruna (Slovakia), tolar (Slovenia), krona (Sweden), pound (UK)
- krone JENNY, K. : Untersuchungen ueber die Festigkeit der Hoelzer aus den Laendern der ungarischen Krone.
- Kan The result was that Kan-ki was repulsed with considerable loss, and was obliged to make the best of his way back to Hujaku's quarters to save the remainder of his men.
- Bono All the world sees that from such reasons this heathenish and antichristian error does not follow necessarilv, that the Mass benefits ex opere operato sine bono motu utentis.
- Gino The count's successes-The Venetians come to terms with him-Views of the Venetians-Indignation of the Milanese against the count-Their ambassador's address to him-The count's moderation and reply-The count and the Milanese prepare for war-Milanese ambassadors at Venice-League of the Venetians and Milanese-The count dupes the Venetians and Milanese-He applies for assistance to the Florentines-Diversity of opinions in Florence on the subject-Neri di Gino Capponi averse to assisting the count-Cosmo de' Medici disposed to do so-The Florentines sent ambassadors to the count.
- Kane In a few minutes more, Doctor Kane and his men were on the steamer.
- Kano Since a wall is a screen, and a screen is a wall, Kano, R. A., had rather a large job. But he was helped by pupils and imitators, and in the end left a few hundred screens which are all finished pictures.
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