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Correct spelling for KNODS
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Possible correct spellings for knods
The team constructed batteries with aluminum anodes, pristine or modified flg cathodes, and an ionic liquid with alcl3 salt as the electrolyte .
I made a hit, carried the case, got a heap of kudos, and have never looked back from that hour.
No one here knows i even know you."
Node was mad enough to fly.
The indian runner cut joe's bonds, and once more attempted to lead him from the lodge.
Just as he's got his trunk packed for england, where the knot-tyin' is to take place, he gets word that some old lady that was second cousin to his mother, or something like that, has gone and died and left him all her property.
"you hear, my dear herzberg," said the king, smiling, and turning to his minister, "c'est tout comme chez nous.
While this is being done, the stomach keeps working the food much as a baker kneads dough.
Canes long, numerous, dark brown; nodes enlarged, flattened; tendrils continuous, long, bifid or trifid.
I replied with a nod.
Shakspere never wrote anything truer when he said: sleep that knits up the ravell'd sleave of care, the death of each day's life, sore labor's bath, balm of hurt minds, great nature's second course, chief nourisher of life's feast.
Give this to someone who needs it."
Czech republic association of independent candidates-european democrats or snk-ed [helmut dohnalek]; christian democratic union-czechoslovak people's party or kdu-csl [jiri cunek]; civic democratic party or ods [mirek topolanek]; communist party of bohemia and moravia or kscm [vojtech filip]; czech social democratic party or cssd [jiri paroubek]; union of freedom-democratic union or us-deu [jan cerny]; green party [martin bursik]; independent democrats (nezdem) [vladimir zelezny]; party of open society (sos) [pavel novacek]; path of change [jiri lobkowitz]
He nods and smiles.
1, 2, 5, 8, 20, 26, 62, 78, 91, 92, 93, 96, 115, 121, 124, 127, 138, 140. 462 nos.
To the general astonishment there were only one hundred and thirty-three ayes to one hundred and eighty-nine noes.
To stand about by the skating-ponds and to look on, frozen, while others go swinging past-well, pelle has had enough of it; and as for strolling up the street toward the north, and then turning about and returning toward the south, and turning yet again, up and down the selfsame street-well, there is nothing in it unless one has good warm clothes and a girl whose waist one can hold.
Tall trees grew all around; and you could tell from their leaves that these trees were of different kinds.
These sometimes run 9 knots an hour.
The puritan women smoothed their hair back into little knobs and covered their hair and head with a white covering.
He looked at the walls hung with sentimental photogravures, at the shiny bronze "nudes," the moth-eaten animal-skins and the bedizened bed-and once more the unreality, the impossibility, of all that was happening to him entered like a drug into his veins.
"so ends the 'heart of the hills!
He returned the last notes to the pocket, and raised a little flap in the inner part.
A documentary based on the book, called triumph of the nerds: the rise of accidental empires was produced by pbs in 1996, with cringely as the presenter.