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knock

(nok),
1. Colloquialism for a blow, especially a blow to the head.
2. A sound simulating that of a blow or rap.
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Although the knocker hanging on the door today is a replica, the original can still be seen inside the cathedral's museum.
BUNSEN LEARNERS n Mitchell McKee, left, and Jordan Knocker in Wellington College lab yesterday
The bottom knocker knocked the bottoms of the saggers.
The intruders scaled and damaged the cathedral's iron gates before trying to steal the replica knocker, which has been a part of the World Heritage Site for more than 30 years.
Centuries ago, Church law said that anyone who was in trouble and who banged on the cathedral sanctuary knocker would be given sanctuary.
In the Wayne Rooney role, picking the ball up away from any man-marking ideas Hotspur had, was 10/10, while Knocker was my partner in crime at the back.
Compaq e-commerce Director UK, William Knocker stated: "We are impressed by the potential of Hyperchannel's trading hub.
Knocker With every respect to Knocker (whose views I do respect), I don't think he got this one quite right (And Birmingham, of course, does have a weekly collection.
Entitled Calcutta Lights, the installation will feature arches decorated with interpretations of Durham Cathedral's sanctuary knocker and rose window.
The Maltsters Arms hostelry in Merthyr Road, Whitchurch, Cardiff, has been offering 19 different cask ales and ciders - including Battleaxe, Cornish Knocker and Radgie Gadgie.
knocker Remember that night well, what a night for any bluenoses who got there too.
But I bet she still goes down a storm on the knocker.