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- n. the blade of a knife
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She could see, however, not far from the Colonel’s hands, the glint of a trout’s scales in the grass and of a knife blade nearby.
He sniffed at it, wrapped it tightly, put the tiny packet inside his abayya, cleaned his knife blade on the knee of the garment, then said:
I was back in my dream, floating like a knife blade above the lights of Biscayne Boulevard, flying cold and sharp and homing in on my target and —
But Trilling's knife blade wasn't pressed against his back at the moment, which meant he didn't know exactly where it was.
Mr. Thorne's left hand firmly held my ankle through the shattered slats while the hand with the knife blade came through the opening hatch.
Without taking his eyes off Chad, who had begun a wary circle, too, Hawk buried the point of the knife blade in the half-blackened remains of a log.