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  • The backbone connected to the thigh-bone the thighbone connected to the kee-bone the kneebone connected to the leg bone the leg bone connected to the foot bone

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  • I'm almost at the point where I don't care if the Democrats don't have a backbone or a kneebone or a thought in their dizzy little heads.

    OPEN LETTER TO PENNSYLVANIA / MICHAEL MOORE

  • The bent kneebone symbolized the ability to 'get down' Malone 12 - full ref my blog entry.

    Of Mice and Women

  • Is the kneebone connected to the hambone, the hambone connected to the jawbone, etcetera?

    Geography

  • But it is not the uterus that reaches from baseball-loving grandmother to word-meister granddaughter; it is the rotational mechanism of the too-oft-ignored romantic kneebone that invokes, for this poem, the cycle of organized sport and menses.

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  • Africans brought to North American were no doubt affirming their ancestral values when they sang a slave song that urged dancers to gimme de kneebone bent.

    dogpossum

  • The bent kneebone symbolized the ability to get down (12).

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  • "It's her kneebone," said Edward Clancy of the Emmanuel Community, a religious group which helped plan this trip.

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  • Heck, those stocks are as interrelated as a kneebone, shinbone, ankle bone, and footbone, for heaven’s sake.

    Jim Cramer's Real Money

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