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knop

[näp]
(textiles)
A yarn with pronounced knots of different color or of different material appearing at intervals. Also known as knotted yarn; nub yarn.

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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Knops wrote a letter to the House of Representatives, saying that he intends to add the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, including East Jerusalem to a list of official states used by the Dutch civil registry.
Raymond Knops, State Secretary for the Interior and Kingdom Affairs of the Netherlands, said, "I am delighted to team up with the World Bank, which has a proven track record in the successful execution of this type of projects.
Knops reiterated that the nuclear agreement is highly instrumental in promoting peace and security in the world and further develop relations between Iran and other countries.
Rarest is an 18th century cane with a chased gold knop by William Collins, circa 1740, with relief decoration inspired by Watteau's depiction of a scene from the Commedia dell'arte.
The role of Knops polymorphism has been investigated in some disease conditions: leprosy, mycetoma infection (fungal infection) and malaria to name a few.
Scot Laura Anderson and Paul Knops arrived arm in arm.
The State Secretary for the Interior and Kingdom Affairs of the Netherlands, Raymond Knops, signed an agreement with World Banks Chief Executive Officer Kristalina Georgieva in the presence of Sint Maarten Prime Minister Leona M.
In the research, UNL biologist Johannes Knops has demonstrated how one invasive plant species replaces native species because of its ability to take up and hold on to nitrogen.
Final proof that this candlestick is, in fact, modern is provided by the absence of wear on the ridges of the knops, which are actually quite sharp.