knothole


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knothole

A hole in a board or plank caused when a knot, 3 drops out of the piece of wood.
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Still leaning, looking through the vanished knothole, unaware of what's just happened, Wallstreet is just as oblivious of the horse's escape as are the men of the horses' denial of use-value.
They even placed a blue tarp over the knothole in the right-field corner so people passing by couldn't watch the filming.
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Sixty miles to the north of Manasquan, New Jersey, was New York City, which to me in the 1950s, simply meant Ebbets Field, the Duke, Pee Wee, Gil Hodges and the Knothole Gang.
This oversight concerns me when I see interviews of midwives who doubt the existence of fetopelvic disproportion, who make statements such as, "You can get a baby through a knothole" and "I've never seen [a pelvis] that isn't large enough." (37)
Half the time I feel like I'm on the outside of the world peeping in through a knothole in the fence [...].
Save the First Workers' Republic!" Adamic's informant admitted that when it came to the Soviets and the like, locals didn't know "their elbow from a knothole in a fence-post." The informant--who occasionally read the Nation and even the New Masses--did, but his neighbours exhibited little interest in the radicals' issues.
(12) In BoltLean, one of the first scenes including Nostromo and Giselle has the girl spy on Nostromo through a knothole as he bathes and engages in a conversation with Giorgio Viola.
The final poem in the collection, "The Wren," addressed to his two grandsons, closes: I want you both to remember me And what the wind-tousled wren has been saying All day long from fence posts and the fuchsia depths, A brain-rattling bramble-song inside a knothole.
Wahlke is also a firm believer in giving back to the community through his involvement as Chairman of the Leukemia Society--Team in Training and a board member of the District Five Knothole Baseball League.
Another feature he has kept is the use of a knothole in each building.
Avery handpicked every piece of lumber in this house and rejected anything with a knothole or a flaw," says Rick.