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knob

(nob),
A protuberance; a mass; a nodule.

knob

Microbiology
A specialised membrane modification by which Plasmodium falciparum-infected red blood cells to adhere to vascular epithelium, resulting in relative blood stasis in less well-oxygenated tissues.
 
Vox populi-UK
Slang for penis; or a person who is acting obnoxiously, aggressively or rudely.

Vox populi-US
A bump; a handle (as in doorknob).

knob

(nob)
A protuberance; a mass; a nodule.

knob

(nob)
A protuberance; a mass; a nodule.
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For more information or to schedule an event at Bald Knob Cross, email info@baldknobcross.com, call (618) 713-8516 or visitwww.baldknobcross.com.
Wells (1962) described Indian Knob mountainbalm as rapidly growing and short lived, although USFWS (1998) considered the species long lived in light of the slow growing lichens on some individuals.
The right-hand trail stays to the north of the creek and rides a ridge, becoming the Flume Knob Trail.
The knobs respond to various grading parameters on the colour page.
The screw in the center of the knob must be tight when the sight is assembled.
Subcategories of a major category chosen with the larger knob
Trouble was, the company that made the ovens, Atwood Mobile Products, Selinsgrove, Pa., had been importing all of its knobs from China.
The high knob provides four revolutions for targets out to 1,000 yards.
Willis Insurance has acquired Shell Knob Insurance.
If you're switching from a pull to a knob or you'd prefer to select pulls with a different hole pattern, you can cover the old holes or hide damaged surfaces with back plates.