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Knowles

/nəʃuəlz/
noun
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  • He failing us, however, knowles himself has undertaken to play the part, and I shall be glad enough to do it with him again.

    Records of Later Life Frances Ann Kemble
  • He was rising but Judge knowles barked a profane order for him to keep his seat.

    Fair Harbor Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • When knowles had gone, and he was alone, his grace showed signs of being slightly annoyed.

  • I wouldn't have Judge knowles worried or troubled about this for the world.

    Fair Harbor Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • He had had several talks with Bradley and with her about her legacy from Judge knowles.

    Fair Harbor Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • Judge knowles had as much as told him that very thing, and more than once.

    Fair Harbor Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • Emmeline Tidditt, for so many years the knowles housekeeper, made one remark which contained possible food for thought.

    Fair Harbor Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • This, ladies and gentlemen, is the will of our late good friend, Judge knowles.

    Fair Harbor Joseph Crosby Lincoln

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