knothead


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knothead

myelocytomatosis of poultry.
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How do we uphold a sacramental imagination while challenging the lies, denial and disinformation of hierarchs and their Knothead defenders?
He said, `Any knothead could be assistant manager in six months'.
To wit: They're stubborn knotheads that do their own thing; they're standoffish and aloof; they're uncontrollable runners.
The heavy pipe arbor was riddled--either by honest misses or malicious knotheads with precision rifles.
We had some good shorthairs back in Utah, but we had some knotheads, too," he recalls of his childhood.