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knob

Geography a round hill or knoll or morainic ridge

Knob

1. A protuberance, useful or ornamental, which forms the termination of an isolated member; a handle, more or less spherical, used for operating the mechanism for opening a door.
2. A protuberance, whether useful or ornamental, that forms the termination of an isolated member; also a handle that is more or less spherical, used for operating the mechanism for opening a door.
See also: Ornament

What does it mean when you dream about a knob?

Knobs may symbolize turning issues or conditions around so that the dreamer can get a handle on things again. The knob is also a symbol for a threshold, for passing from one condition to another.

knob

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(design engineering)
A component that is placed on a control shaft to facilitate manual rotation of the shaft; sometimes has a pointer or markings to indicate shaft position.
(geology)
A rounded eminence, such as a knoll, hillock, or small hill or mountain, and especially a prominent or isolated hill with steep sides.
A peak or other projection at the top of a hill or mountain.

knob

1. A handle, more or less spherical, usually for operating a lock.
2. A similar protuberance, useful or ornamental, such as a boss.
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The Knob should be mandatory installed in all imported cars since the beginning of 2017.
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If, for some reason, the shooter lost track of the elevation dialed into the sight, he could simply turn the elevation knob counterclockwise until the aperture bottomed and add the number of clicks he required.
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Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University.Barker, postdoctoral fellow Sarah Stabenfeldt and School of Computational Engineering graduate student Jared Gossett investigated the interactions between holes and short synthetic peptides modeled after real fibrin knob sequences.
of Fairport Harbor, OH, a manufacturer of retention knobs, decided to give the matter a look, even if it meant designing and building a test fixture.
A comprehensive range of solid and pressed steel knobs, in both matt and polished finishes, are now available from Rencol.
The collection features a new range of furniture handles and knobs designed by world renowned designers, and handles and knobs inspired by French architecture.
A LIGHTBRIDGE KNOBS The Astronomy-Shoppe now offers the Meade Rescue Kit ($45.98) - a hardware upgrade for the collimation adjustments on Meade's LightBridge Dobsonian telescopes.