The profession remains a knotty tangle of influences and causations and aggravations and insurers.
For anyone looking to dive into the big, knotty history of one of the most iconic states, this book is well worth the time.
Descending by means of a knotty young tree which previous visitors have let down, we find ourselves on a floor of ice.
The Sun reported this answer to his council, who debated the question, which was knotty.
The base is compressed and very smooth, not knotty as in the stag.
Its bark is more rough and knotty than that of the palm-tree.
Their obscure and knotty language only serves to give peculiar 419 brilliancy to the not uncommon passages of noble perspicacity.
He had always meant to settle for himself that knotty question.
"I want the right thing to be done," he replied slowly, as if deliberating on a knotty point.
"Yes, that's it," muttered the other, in the tone of a man who was tired of a knotty problem.