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  • Note that these are handmade & knife-cut noodles, unlike the chinese knife-shaven noodles dao xiao mian.

    Ma Dang Gook Soo - Korean Handmade, Knife-Cut Noodles

  • But the knife-cut noodles were just as big and slurpy as I'd hope, and an entire lamb section on the menu is intriguing enough to pull me back to the place.

    11 in 11: CHINA!

  • Soaking in every detail — the way his long lashes swept over those dark, assessing eyes, set above those high, knife-cut cheekbones.

    Purchased For Revenge

  • The great valley now defines, sharply as a knife-cut, the northernmost outlines of the Shárr, whose apex, El – Kusayb, towered above our heads.

    The Land of Midian

  • All that was left was its ribbon handle with knife-cut ends.

    SNOW

  • They had advanced through a narrow, knife-cut gash between turreted walls, and emerged upon a broad ledge, flanked by a series of rugged slopes on one hand, and a gigantic precipice on the other.

    The Bloody Crown of Conan

  • There was a knife-cut in her right buttock and another on her left thigh.

    Ironhand's Daughter

  • He had a knife-cut tattoo on his forearm that said Cake.

    The Concrete Blonde

  • And he knew he would search out the name of every one who died, that every name would be another knife-cut on his soul.

    The Fires of Heaven

  • He moved to the bureau, which was so old and scarred by cigarettes and knife-cut initials that the Salvation Army might even reject it.

    The Black Ice

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