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- n. Obsolete form of knur.
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- n. See knur.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of knur.
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In “Rich” speak – U Kan Neether spel knor aryve att centsible konhlusionz.
Putting together a deal like this was at the root of expanding, and financially anyway, it appears as if the gamble will have paid off unless you believe they would have gotten the same deal otherwise, which we may never knor for sure, but most seem to think expanding helped.
A perfon may have faving f iith, and yet: not reflect upon ihe a6ts of his own heart, fo as to knor; or believe that they are thofe in which faith confifis.