KNIT'TER , nit'ter , ) n . One that knits . 5. The protuberant joint of a plant . Martyn .
Sir John must not know of it Skais . ... Difficulty ; intricacy ; something not easily
ting - needles or machinery . solved . ... A knowing , prudent cause . KNIT'TLE , (
nit'l , ) n . [ from knit . ] A string that KNOT , ( not , ) v . t . To complicate or tie in a ...
Difficulty ; intricacy ; something not easily Know of your youth - examine well your
blood . ting - needles or machinery . solved . ... [ from knit . ] A string that KNOT , (
not ) 6. t . To complicate or tie in a knot or A knowing , prudent cause . Blackmore
Now what can be more infinitely profane than to use the prayer our Lord instituted
in such & way ? ... at every comma , knit a knot : This knot I knit , To know the
thing I know not yet , That I may see The man that shall my husband be ; How he
goes , and what he wears , And what he does all days and ... But yet as slight a
thing as it is , it may be of great importance if it be brought about , because then it
Author: Mrs. Horace Howard FurnessPublish On: 1875
Know - All this the world well knows , yet none knows well Son 129 13 yet well I know 130 9 And will , thy soul knows 136 3 ... to know LC 62 though I know she
lies PP 1 2 Although I know iny years 1 6 The truth I shall not know 2 13 The cock that ... known injury Son 40 12 known to us poor swains PP 18 45 Know'st - thou .
... not what it is 615 because thou know'st I ... knit Son 26 2 Knock - Knocks at my
heart 659 Knot - neither sting , knot , nor confine LC 265 Know - secrets shalt
KNOTBERRY KNOW KNOWLEDGE hammer , fastened to a door , to be used |
KNOTÓGRASS , ( not'grass . ) A having ... A punishment in understood , or
ascertained . with knit , but perhaps from swelling KNOWER , ( no'er . ) ...
Conscious ; intelligent . mond - knot ; reef - knot ; wale - knot , number inflicted ,
and are considered A knowing prudent cause . ... Difficulty ; intricacy ; We know what we see with our eyes , certainty ; assured belief ; confirmed something not
easily solved . - 8 .
Knot you know. Knot is different from us, Elessa. For lack of a better description,
he... he has different identities, floating around in his head. ... We are terribly sorry
for that, and if there is anything we can do to help you, or make you feel safe, we
will do it. But we wanted to ... Elessa stared at Cinzia, her eyebrows knit together.
... “Because I know exactly the feelings of which you speak,” Jane said excitedly.
Author: Christopher Husberg
Publisher: Titan Books
A new religion is rising, gathering followers drawn by rumors of prophetess Jane Oden. Her sister Cinzia - one-time Cantic priestess - is by her side, but fears that Jane will lead them to ruin. For both the Church and the Nazaniin assassins are still on their trail, and much worse may come. Knot, his true nature now revealed if not truly understood, is haunted by the memories of others, and is not the ally he once was. Astrid travels to Tinska to find answers for her friend, but the child-like vampire has old enemies who have been waiting for her return. And beyond the Blood Gate in the northern empire of Roden, a tiellan woman finds herself with a new protector. One who wants to use her extraordinary abilities for his own ends.
A beating ; a rap The name is said to be derived from that of King If any man will
do his will , he shall know of the doctrine , Knock ... A block of stone or iron Of that
great king of Danes his name that still doth hold , with of . used for breaking things upon . ... To knit knots for fringe . ... H. Ger . nothings , because , in the
endeavor to preserve the secrecy As they sat together in small , separate knots ,
KNIT . Which close appear'd in that rude brutishnesse , A knot in wood , in which
the fibres are tightly comThat he whylome some gentle ... and equites , because
they always served on horseback , With knotty knarry barrein trees old , for it is
observable , that almost all nations ... King James , Anno 1605 . KNOT - COPS , KNOT - GRASS . KNIT . KNOW . KNOW . 를 Knowing ; possessing 2 K 2 KNI 251
“I met her because of my work. Madison manages one ... Instead she has to man
the reception desk along with everything else. To keep her sanity, she knits. I
happened to see ... And as far as I know you're going to follow them. Just please
Author: Betty Hechtman
Publisher: Beyond The Page
In a new Yarn Retreat Mystery from national bestselling author Betty Hechtman, Casey Feldstein will have to unravel an assortment of tangled clues to solve a knotty murder mystery . . . “A cozy mystery that you won’t want to put down. It combines cooking, knitting and murder in one great book!” —Fresh Fiction on Yarn to Go The yarn retreat group visiting scenic Vista Del Mar has already planned their own activities, so part-time dessert maker and retreat host Casey Feldstein is looking forward to a stress-free weekend. But the rustic locale is also playing host to a mindfulness retreat for Silicon Valley start-up entrepreneurs along with a flock of bird-watchers, and soon everyone at the resort is getting wound up. And when Casey discovers the dead body of one of the tech gurus on the rocky shore of the Pacific, she begins to suspect that what looks like an accident is actually a calculated murder. With so many suspects to choose from and mysterious connections emerging between members of the groups, Casey will have to knit together a colorful array of clues as she wrangles with Vista Del Mar’s prickly manager and the curmudgeonly local police lieutenant. And as she closes in on the likely culprit, she’ll have to tie up the loose ends of her investigation before the killer can stitch her full of holes . . . Includes a fun, easy knitting project and a mouthwatering muffin recipe! More Praise for the Yarn Retreat Mysteries: “If you haven’t read this series yet, I highly recommend giving it a go. The mystery will delight you, and afterward you’ll be itching to start a knitting or crochet project of your own.” —Cozy Mystery Book Reviews “The California seaside is the backdrop to this captivating cozy that will have readers heading for the yarn store in droves.” —Debbie’s Book Bag on Yarn to Go
Country Housewife , 19 . Knit - knots . The spawn of toads appeared in a chain ,
like what they used to call knit - knots . ... At five weeks end let her take buck , that
the former - brood may go off before she knits , about a week . ... for mowing , is ' known by its being full knotted . ... as to spoil great numbers of them , by eating
into their very stone ; and because of this hollow operation , we call them
“I do know that, but it makes me feel so much better to hear you say it. There's something else this time, though, that I'm especially worried about. ... She'd gone
to Bub's the morning that Opal was murdered because ... She knit her brows.
Author: Elizabeth Craig
When former folk art curator Beatrice Coleman retired to Dappled Hills, North Carolina, for peace and quiet and quilting, she never expected that murder would disturb the peace... Dwindling membership has the Village Quilters hanging by a thread, and group leader Meadow Downey is desperate to recruit some new folks. With Beatrice’s blessing, she attempts to weave frequent quilt show judge Jo Paxton into their fold. As the town’s irascible mail carrier, Jo delivers trouble wherever she goes. And with all that mail at her fingertips, she knows everyone’s business. Soon Beatrice wonders if they’ve made the right choice. After a car accident sends Jo to meet her Maker, it’s discovered someone tampered with her brakes. Meadow believes someone’s out to eradicate the Village Quilters, but Beatrice isn’t so sure. Now she and her fellow quilters will have to piece together the clues, or a deadly killer might strike again.… Includes quilting tips and recipes!
Author: Frederick Startridge EllisPublish On: 1892
For all who know and loved him Pr . Athan . 1. 86 . I knew one ... Each of that
multitude ... one hope yet knew ; Was coldness to the joys I knew , M. N. Melody ,
20 . Another scene ... they knew his cause their own , : x . vii . 7For he knew ... What the knit soul that pleading and pale . Rosal . 870 . ... Knots , n . A. Lit. hard
knarled lumps . When it doth rive the k . of some ancestral oak . Laon , IV . vi . 9 .
B. Fig .
What are the thoughts that knit thy brow in frowns , cial sense of knight ) , ( AS .
cnihthad , boyhood , And turn thine eye thus coldly on thy prince ? ... Is this the sir
who , some waste wife to win , The service The process of Initting by hand was known in England at the end of the 15th ... Thus curstly , that knighthode for a cause light , the others aiding to equip him . ... ME . knitten , knytNot to spend their
time in knit - knots , patch - work , fine He was fined in October , 1630 , for
refusing the ...
Things created had not been known to be, had not God resolved them to be [by]
the act of his will. ... of God are not various, but as one will, branching itself out
into many acts towards the creature, but all knit in one root,* all links of one chain.
... When men change in their minds, it must be for want of foresight, because they
could not foresee all the rubs and bars which might ... That cannot » Qtu'knot'?
The tourists had settled into a grumpy silence, nursing their drinks and not even
looking each other in the eye. ... Dakota looked at her father, a knot of fear
squeezing at her chest. “I know,” she ... “So what, then?” “Sell it to Peri, maybe. I
don't know!” She took a large mouthful of Coke and crunched the ice cubes. ...
And if I keep the shop because that's what Mom did, then I'm throwing my life
away for her.
Author: Kate Jacobs
Following the beloved #1 New York Times bestseller The Friday Night Knitting Club is this charming story of sisterhood. At the Manhattan knitting store founded by Georgia Walker, the members of the Friday Night Knitting Club—including Georgia’s college-age daughter, Dakota—rely on each other for help, even as they struggle with new challenges: for Catherine, finding love after divorce; for Darwin, the hope for a family; for Lucie, being both a single mom and a caregiver for her elderly mother; and for seventy-something Anita, a proposal of marriage from her sweetheart, Marty, that provokes the objections of her grown children. As the club’s projects—an afghan, baby booties, a wedding coat—are pieced together, so is their understanding of the patterns underlying the stresses and joys of being a mother, wife, daughter, and friend. Because it isn’t the difficulty of the garment that makes you a great knitter: it’s the care and attention you bring to the craft, as well as how you adapt to surprises...
KNOW KNOT K N OT KNOW KNOT the choice determines , a man is sure to
venture a The knot is by no means an uncommon bird in ! ... Dryden , Translation
of Dufresnoy ' s Art of Paint cause they were a favourite dish with that monarch ,
Why was not the Princess ... On Tuesday last , at twelve o ' clock , three What is
there here in Rome that can delight thee , Cloudberry is assuredly no other than
knoutberry ... Knit knots for fringes . solve , able to trouble and confound the
wisest kings .
Each vortex would be indestructible , since we could never bring to bear on it anything but other like vortices . ... knotted , or even knitted , they would explain
cohesion and chemical properties without any supposition of attraction or ... by
other motions , such as those treated of by Thomson himself and Clerk Maxwell ,
they may cause magnetism and electricity . ... it cannot be said that we yet know
with any certainty what motions are required for the explanation of these
phenomena , we ...