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Knoll

(knōl),
Philipp, Bohemian physiologist, 1841-1900. See: Knoll glands.
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The kilns were visible among the trees, when he glanced to the left and caught sight of a cluster of wooded knolls half a mile away, perched on the rolling slopes of Sonoma Mountain.
He was jaded with all things business, and the wooded knolls were calling to him.
Resolving to have his fun first, and to look over the brickyard afterward, he rode on up the hill, prospecting for a way across country to get to the knolls.
He tethered the horse and wandered on foot among the knolls.
The wooded knolls are the same knolls referred to by Avis Everhard.
broke off the side of one of these knolls and toppled it into the hole where the Everhards made their refuge.
A mile northwest from the wooded knolls brings one to the site of Wake Robin Lodge at the junction of Wild-Water and Sonoma Creeks.
I used to do demolition derby years ago, and am in my second year taking part in the Bolton Fair event," Knoll said.
Knoll will take approximately 50,000 s/f on the second, third and fourth floors at 1330 Avenue of the Americas for offices and a showroom.
Furniture company Knoll has reached its 2010 goal of an additional 2% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions over its Phase 1 results as part of its program with the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX).
Slopes of the knolls can measure as much as 12[degrees], says Ian R.
When I graduated, I went into community work with older adults, and then several years later, into services through long-term care facilities and got my administrator's license, I started at Maple Knoll village 23 years ago.