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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So it was fitting that the ever-resourceful Felton conjured up his Knothole Gang.
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.
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.
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.
The knothole has always been the last mile," said Lt.
I entertained myself during that time by creating armies, cities, animals and machines out of clay on a 3-foot wooden board with a deep groove ending in a knothole at one end.
As the novel opens things have gone terribly awry--15-year-old Walker is hiding inside a log, watching through a knothole as the Soldiers kill his mother.
two animatronic male figures, one doing the old in-and-out with a knothole in one of the trees, the other with a hole in the ground.
With one eye Owen stares through a knothole in the fence over which Skinny has jumped in his escape from the police.