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knock 2549 occurrences

Presently came a knock at the door, and young Martin entered.

Mr. Giles, the butler and general steward of the house, who had fired the shot and led the pursuit, was just explaining the exciting events of the night to his fellow-servants of the kitchen when Oliver's knock was heard.

Before Mr. Pickwick could reply, there was a low murmuring of voices outside, and a hesitating knock at the door; and Mr. Winkle, Mr. Tupman, and Mr. Snodgrass entering most opportunely, at last, by their united pleadings, Mr. Pickwick was fairly argued out of his resolutions.

There was a knock at the door; four armed men in red caps entered the room.

Perhaps, some day, when all the frontier was in flame, and the British power rolled back, he and his people might pour down from the hills and knock even against the gates of Calcutta.

One fellow is lazy, and watches the clock, and waits for the whistle to blow; and one has a hammer, with which he will knock, and one tells a story of woe; and one, if requested to travel a mile, will measure the perches and roods; but one does his stunt with a whistle or smilehe's The Man Who Delivers the Goods.

Cities and fields I walk; I penetrate Deserts and seas remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and palacesoon or late I knock, unbidden, once at every gate!

They do me wrong who say I come no more When once I knock and fail to find you in; For every day I stand outside your door, And bid you wake, and rise to fight and win.

He would take a spoonful of sugar, and the same quantity of whiskey, and make an offering to the spirits of their enemies; he would sing to them, and charm them so that they would come up so close to him that he would knock them on the head with his rattle, and kill them.

When this hour arrives, the Gunta parree, or time-keeper, looks at the vat, and if it appears ready he gets the pinmen to knock out the pin and let the steeped liquor run into the beating vat.

And so through the night went his cry of alarm To every Middlesex village and farm, A cry of defiance, and not of fear, A voice in the darkness, a knock at the door, And a word that shall echo forevermore!

Their patroness then shut the door, and away they went, with a great noise of flapping, and creaking, and straining, and the bright brass knocker, knocking one perpetual double knock of its own accord as they jolted heavily along.

"And now," said Miss Jenny, "having knocked off my rosy-cheeked young friends, I'll knock off my white-cheeked self."

Our last glimpse of her, is as usual, before her little workbench, at work upon a full-dressed, large sized doll, when there comes a knock upon the door.

There came a knock.

They began to knock vociferously.

It was hardly done when a knock sounded at the door upon the passage.

It was no use looking for Bob upon the terrace now; yet I did look there, among other obvious places, before I could bring myself to knock at his door.

I ventured to knock at the entrance of my own room.

I have seen my brother knock down five or six dozen without missing more than one or two birds the whole time.

And when a little later in the afternoon, she heard, along with a knock on her door, her aunt asking if she might come in, she gave her an enthusiastic welcome, scooped an armful of things out of a chair and cleared a sitting space for herself at the foot of the bed.

Then came the girl's irrepressible outcry when he first touched her; the brother's knock at the door; her frantic effort to reassure him frustrated by the officer's drunken laugh; the forcing of the door and the fight half in the dark; the killing of the girl and then of her ravisher.

It was not until Geoffrey was out of commission with that last worst knock out, lying insensible, more dead than alive in a hospital "somewhere in France" that the others began to realize that Elinor had vanished utterly from the ken of all who knew her.

Remembering the tactics De Meudon had taught me, I sought to organize the crowd in a kind of military formation against the troops; but a knock on the head with a musket-butt ended my labours, and I knew nothing more until I came to myself in the quarters of an old chance acquaintanceCaptain Bubbleton.

He wanted to knock him down, and order her off to her room.

When they didn't shell the chateau, we got it in the trenches; so we looked on that dear old mangled wreck with a friendly eyethat tapering, twisted, perforated spire, which they never could knock down, was an everlasting bait to the Boche, and a perfect fairy godmother to us.

Each morning the Boches would knock things down, and each evening we would put them up again.

The limbers were the last things to turn up, being in the rear of the battalion, but when they did the cooks soon pulled the necessary things out and proceeded to knock up a meal.

IALLY ILLUSTRATED FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS [Illustration: Knock.

" XXX SUBHI SADIK The dawn of a new day was graying over the capital city, and the newsboys were crying lustily in the streets, when David Kent felt his way up the dark staircases of the Kittleton Building to knock at the door of Judge Oliver Marston's rooms on the top floor.

They were all engaged in a heated discussion when suddenly there came a knock at the door, a knock which, to me, was curiously familiar.

They were all engaged in a heated discussion when suddenly there came a knock at the door, a knock which, to me, was curiously familiar.

* * * * * Again that familiar knock....

There was a loud knock at the door.

One evening there was a knock at the door of Eliphalet Wood, the owner of the burned barn.

Portuguese Jim was the sole professional criminal of the town, a weak, good-natured, knock-kneed vagabond, who stole hens, and spent every winter in the House of Correction as an "idle and disorderly person."

Then there came a knock at the outer door, and he opened it and stood on the threshold, erect and firm.

I went once to see him, but dared not knock, since Abonus was stirring about just across the hall, in his own den.

I'll knock Erasmus all to thunder, if you go for to turn me out dry, and let him come in."

On the other hand, you cannot leave a delicate instrument such as Poetry lying within reach of the professional teacher; he will certainly, at any risk of marring or mutilating, seize on it and use it as a hammer to knock things into heads; if rebuked for this, plaintively remonstrating, "

'If anybody interferes with the bearer, I will knock his face in.

Nell glanced at the open door, back at the man, exhaled tremulously with relief, and breathed: "Why didn't you knock?

January ended with a knock for the Germans off the Dogger Bank, when the Blรผcher was sunk by our Battle-Cruiser Squadron: They say the Lion and the Tiger sweep Where once the Huns shelled babies from the deep, And Blรผcher, that great cruiser12-inch guns

And now it is the turn of "Johnny Turk," who has had his knock on the Suez Canal, and failed to solve the Riddle of the Sands under German guidance.

" While we were occupied in the front room, there came a stout double knock at the door, and when I opened it, Hullfish, the weather-beaten old constable of the borough, made his hesitating appearance.

I thought maybe, until I see Dr. Thorne, that he done it out of mischieviousness, as boys will do, you know,jest as they steal a feller's apples, and knock his turkeys of'n the roost,but yander's not one of them kind; so he must 'a' been crazy, and I'm rael sorry he's been so bad put to about it,I am, indeed."

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T. l: Knock; ou, Le triomphe de la mรฉdecine.

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CLAUDY, CARL H. Knock

Knock on the door, Dodo."

Knock again, Dodo.

We got back here late in the afternoon, as we stopped at a place by the way where the Senator had business, and while I was up in my room dressing for dinner, in the worst temper I ever remember, still feeling so furious over Jane Roose's words, a noise of quick footsteps was heard in the passage, and without even a knock someone tried the door, which was naturally locked.

"Perhaps he would," I replied, "if you should knock and demand surrender to Maximilian, Count of Hapsburg.

Our cavalcade consisted besides of two stout donkeys, which carried the beds and carpet-bags of the whole party, thus enabling us to send the camels a-head: the three men-servants were also mounted upon donkeys, and there were three or four spare ones, in case any of the others should knock up upon the road.

But he had not sat there many minutes before he heard a distinct, rather loud knock at the shop-door, and he ran hastily to ask who was there.

Apparently there was no desire for secrecy or rebellion on the part of the dwellers of the cottage, for hardly had Sir Marmaduke's imperious knock echoed against the timbered walls, than the door was opened from within by Richard Lambert who, seeing the two gentlemen standing on the threshold, stepped back immediately, allowing them to pass.

CHAPTER XXXVIII THE VOICE OF THE DEAD The next moment a timid knock against the front door caused everyone to start.

The knock seemed to have come from spectral hands, for 'twas followed by no further sound.

Then again the knock.

She had already reached the railing and gate in front of the cottage; the next moment she had lifted the latch, and Sir Marmaduke could see her blurred outline, through the rising mist, walking quickly along the flagged path, and then he heard her peremptory knock at the cottage door.

In response to her knock, Master Lambert opened the door to her.

While the gentlemen were making their customary morning visit to the justice, a noise was heard in the entry, and a knock at the door.

You could knock 'um all silly with the way you dance."

Bee began to look knowing, and just then came a knock at the door.

No morphinomaniac would take such a knock-down dose.

Mrs. Adams answered his knock at the hotel door by coming down and letting him in.

here she come, her eyes snatched wide open by the two little pigtails that stuck out behind, walkin' knock-kneed and circular, as some little girls does, and stiff er'n a poker in her j'ints from scart-to-death and gladness.

My veins is full of cream de menthy, and I'll knock his horns off'n him if he gives me any lip.'

Indeed, at this period of my life, the postman's knock had become associated in my mind with the sharp sound of a rejected MS.

She feared to listen to the suggestions of her boding heart; and with feverish restlessness ran out upon the landing, and peered over the stairs every time a knock or ring was heard at the street-door.

A knock came to the door, and that person entered to know at what time Mrs. , she had forgotten the young woman's name, expected the dinner, she, the landlady, had undertaken to cook.

"Will you please get into bed as fast as you can," she said, "and when you knock on the floor I will come and take away your clothes and get them dried.

Midway through the song, they knock over a box, and run away when the martial arts people notice them.

Players who do not knock down all of the pins after two tries get up to 9 points for the frame.

The purpose of this is to insert new genes or knock out old genes from the genome of a plant or animal.

His beams can knock down large objects, but do not produce heat like a laser.

According to lawyers for the association, the regulations under advanced level 3 could have detrimental knock-on effects for the restaurant sector as drinking with meals are a huge part of restaurant culture in South Africa.

Brown announced a review of all search warrants Thursday, he said the changes applied to no-knock warrants only, which defense attorneys say represent a very small portion of all those signed off by judges.

The knock had a touch of familiar violence to it and Side Guy seemed to have guessed who it was even before he walked over to open the door.

The knock-on effect of a rise in the dollar led to a downturn in sentiment.

The knock on Hayward has been that he lacks that killer instinct to take over games, but he fit his role in Boston perfectly.

The knock-on impact of cancellations and restrictions on venues and performances has left the live music sector and its workers on a "cliff edge", the report found.

The knock-on result will be an increase of around 2.5 cent per litre of petrol and diesel, coming into effect from midnight tonight.

The knock-out stages consisted of six teams and the winner from the six was set to collide with Pastor FC in the final.

The landslide forced trees to knock down nearby power lines.

The WWE Performance Center will host the final night of a historic weekend, so letโ€™s see what is left to knock out this WrestleMania 36.

They barged into her apartment in a so-called no-knock raid.

They make city skylines look like a sad, knock-off sci-fi: a bootlegged copy of Blade Runner with the pixelated graphics of SimCity 2000.

Did you knock on wood after you typed that?

Fueled by cheap whiskey, greed, and hatred, Willie teams up once again with his angry little sidekick, Marcus, to knock off a Chicago charity on Christmas Eve.

High winds knock down tree branches, power lines and Wasaga Dome.

I can say that with a clear head because I had to knock the stuffing out from between my ears more than once today.

โ€˜โ€™I caught the toe of my one blade on the heel of the other and it was enough to knock me off balance.

nock 159 occurrences

They spent an evening at Kaiserswerth with Pastor Fliedner, who was occupied in vigilantly guarding a little nock of Protestants surrounded by unscrupulous Romanists.

As for the biped, with less noise, and even more alacrity, he had grasped his "Sam Nock," whose polished barrels just rested on the lower ledge of the little peep-hole; perhaps his eyes were as round as saucers, and heart beating fast and strong.

As he stood with his two fore feet on the haunch, while he tugged and tore out a beef-steak, I once more grasped old "Sam Nock," and ran the muzzle out of the little port.

If I only had the keepin of you then, Ide nock the foolishness out of your nozzles, or break your pesky old topknots in the atemt."

The greasy furrows and glad harvests, round, And, with the sheepcotes, nock, and dogs and swains Bears off, in his o'erwhelming waters drowned.

Ma says she dont kno why we have a pfhone any how becuase every time she is youseing it a woman buts in & jiggles the hook & says will you pleas hang up so I can call a Dr. & when Ma hangs up & then lissens in to see who is sick, wy this woman calls up a lady f rend & they nock Ma back & 4th over the wyre for ours & some times they say I bet she is lisening in on us dont you.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

Francis Rabelais, the man and his work, by Albert Jay Nock and C. R. Wilson.

Samuel A. Nock & Francis J. Nock (C); 11Dec56; R182675.

Samuel A. Nock & Francis J. Nock (C); 11Dec56; R182675.

NOCK, FRANCIS J. Francis Rabelais.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay. NOCK, SAMUEL A. Francis Rabelais.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay. NOCK, SAMUEL A. Francis Rabelais.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

NOCK, SAMUEL A. The Urquhart-Le Motteux translation of the works of Francis Rabelais.

and notes, by Albert Jay Nock and Catherine Rose Wilson.

Catherine Rose Wilson (A) & Samuel A. Nock (C); 22May59; R237087.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

ยฉ 14Mar34; A70696. Samuel Albert Nock & Francis Jay Nock (C); 7Apr61; R273977.

ยฉ 14Mar34; A70696. Samuel Albert Nock & Francis Jay Nock (C); 7Apr61; R273977.

NOCK, FRANCIS JAY.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay. NOCK, SAMUEL ALBERT.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay. NOCK, SAMUEL ALBERT.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

SEE NIEBUHR, RICHARD H. NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

S. A. Nock (C); 13Nov62; R303774.

NOCK, S. A. Our enemy: the state.

SEE NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

S. A. Nock & Francis Jay Nock (C); 3Mar65; R356786.

S. A. Nock & Francis Jay Nock (C); 3Mar65; R356786.

NOCK, FRANCIS JAY. Free speech and plain language.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

NOCK, S. A. Free speech and plain language.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

Edited by Harold F. H. Lenz & Frances J. Nock.

Harold F. H. Lenz & Frances J. Nock (A); 17Nov65; R373348.

NOCK, FRANCES J. Urfaust.

Letters from Albert Jay Nock.

SEE Noailles, Anne Elisabeth (de Brancovan) Comtesse de. NOBLE, BETTIANN (FARIS) SEE Van Ness, Bettiann (Faris) NOCK, ALBERT JAY. Jefferson.

Samuel A. Nock & Francis

Jay Nock (C); 17May54; R130295.

NOCK, FRANCIS JAY.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay. NOCK, SAMUEL A. Jefferson.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay. NOCK, SAMUEL A. Jefferson.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

SEE Halliday, Evelyn G. NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

Francis Rabelais, the man and his work, by Albert Jay Nock and C. R. Wilson.

Samuel A. Nock & Francis J. Nock (C); 11Dec56; R182675.

Samuel A. Nock & Francis J. Nock (C); 11Dec56; R182675.

NOCK, FRANCIS J. Francis Rabelais.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay. NOCK, SAMUEL A. Francis Rabelais.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay. NOCK, SAMUEL A. Francis Rabelais.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

Samuel A. Nock (C); 24Dec59; R249280.

NOCK, SAMUEL A. Theory of education in the United States.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

Samuel Albert Nock & Francis Jay Nock (C); 19Dec61; R287919.

Samuel Albert Nock & Francis Jay Nock (C); 19Dec61; R287919.

NOCK, FRANCIS JAY.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay. NOCK, SAMUEL ALBERT.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay. NOCK, SAMUEL ALBERT.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

SEE NIEBUHR, RICHARD H. NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

S. A. Nock (C); 13Nov62; R303774.

NOCK, S. A. Our enemy: the state.

SEE NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

S. A. Nock & Francis Jay Nock (C); 3Mar65; R356786.

S. A. Nock & Francis Jay Nock (C); 3Mar65; R356786.

NOCK, FRANCIS JAY. Free speech and plain language.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

NOCK, S. A. Free speech and plain language.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

Edited by Harold F. H. Lenz & Frances J. Nock.

Harold F. H. Lenz & Frances J. Nock (A); 17Nov65; R373348.

NOCK, FRANCES J. Urfaust.

SEE Beaty, John Y. <pb id='440.png' /> NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

Samuel Albert Nock & Francis Jay Nock (C); 29Nov66; R398729.

Samuel Albert Nock & Francis Jay Nock (C); 29Nov66; R398729.

NOCK, FRANCIS JAY. Henry George, an essay.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

NOCK, SAMUEL ALBERT.

SEE Nock, Albert Jay.

SEE NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

Ann Carol Magee & Frances M. Nock (NK); 24May71; R506432.

NOCK, FRANCES M. Memoirs of a superfluous man.

SEE NOCK, ALBERT JAY.

Letters from Albert Jay Nock.

Henry Nock, also 11, was unfazed by the lockdown too โ€“ heโ€™s already missed a rugby residential tour, his Y6 residential trip to north Wales and a family skiing trip โ€“ but footie in the garden is fine by him.

This is a real threat and should nothing be done by the shareholder, then Nock may be wound up," told the Senate Standing Committee in Energy while appearing before it.