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  • I agree with the analysis presented by The Piping ShrikeBehind the Howard-Peacock wrangle was how to respond to Labor doing what the Liberals were supposed to, knobbling and winding down the trade union movement.

    Turnbull: charisma without substance

  • Taking a dive in boxing or knobbling a horse in racing are as old as the sports themselves.

    THE NEWS BLOG

  • Fortunately the intervention of science correspondents has prevented the knobbling of editorial staff from translating into misleading news reports.

    RealClimate

  • Are there any hidden dialogue boxes that have some data within that is knobbling the part creation?

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  • Apparently Tiger has been knobbling Kirsty Gallacher the lucky swine. its all meant to come out in the media in the next day or so.

    The Guardian World News

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