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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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Accommodation is in well-appointed apartments and the knobbly knees have been replaced by top entertainment.
CURVY cucumbers and knobbly sprouts will be back on supermarket shelves following an EU U-turn on wonky vegetables.
And so the men will not feel left out, there will be a knobbly knees competition.
The bash also included a bouncy castle, a glamorous granny competition and a knobbly knees contest.
Angelina Jolie's knobbly knees also look out of place on her perfect body.
Simply pop a knobbly little sleeve on your finger and get brushing.
In true seaside style, there was a knobbly knees contest and a junior talent competition.
Plant in open sunny sites, keeping the union between rootstock and branches - the knobbly bit on the lower part of the stem - at soil level.
Residents can compete in the knobbly knees contest, arm- wrestling and volleyball.
THE roots of my wallflowers are swollen and knobbly.
Not any old knees, you understand, but the knobbly - and preferably just a little grubby - knees of a small boy.