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knob

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

(nob)
A protuberance; a mass; a nodule.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

knob

(nob)
A protuberance; a mass; a nodule.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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All will feature a hand-made magnesium body and lightweight specification - just like the original "works" racing Knobblys of the 1950s.
Result: Gregor Fisken (Ferrari 246S) 21 laps; 2, Gary Pearson (Lister Jaguar Knobbly) +13.737sec; 3, Tony Wood/Will Nuthall (Lister Knobbly) +26.394.
The Knobbly project has firmly established that the Lister name still has enormous good will and we know we have a brand with a lot of marketable collateral attached to it.
The knobbly carrots and other organic fruit and veg tend to be more highly priced.
Knobbly Carrot has brought in new measures that will reduce its impact on the environment.
Each housemate took it in turns to stand behind a knobbly knees box, parading their wonky joints while another housemate operated the knobble-o-meter.
Rescue roses Dig out rose suckers that have emerged from below the graft - the knobbly bit on the stem just above ground level - or alongside the plant.
Motor company Lister are building the first road legal version of their legendary Knobbly - 60 years after it made its race debut.
Brian Lister, one of the great unsung heroes of motor racing and humble creator of the legendary Lister Knobbly, died last week at 88.
with Dr Neil Murray with Dr Neil Murray QI HAVE knobbly fingers - is this arthritis?
After a gap of almost 25 years since the last car rolled off the production line, the three companies of George Lister Engineering of Cambridge, Brian Lister Light Engineering and Lister Storm, have been reunited into one organisation that will herald the return of one of the greatest sports racing cars of the 1950's - the Lister 'Knobbly' Jaguar.