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  • Inevitability per se seems coiled upon itself in this alphabetic reknotting of

    Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian

  • The storm contracted and spasmed, knotting and reknotting until with an audible groan the entire towering structure keeled over to slam into the canyon floor, sending a cloud of dust and sand flying.

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • Rising from the desk, I opened the door to my seldom-used clothes closet to expose the full-length mirror and began reknotting my scarf.

    Sagittarius Whorl

  • Blue light goes rattling, reknotting through the seedflow inside the glass.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • "So much for suppositions and analysis," panted Fitzgerald, reknotting his silk tie.

    A Splendid Hazard

  • She was rattling on almost feverishly, never looking at him, restless in her saddle, shifting bridle, adjusting stirrups, gun-case, knotting and reknotting her neckerchief, all with that desperate attempt at composure which betrays the courage that summons it.

    The Firing Line

  • About 70% of people have used the web for reknotting old ties

  • "This was all a conspiracy against me," the 47-year-old Monib told The Associated Press, unknotting and reknotting a flowered silk scarf around her face in her office at Khurasan girls school.



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