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  • s  having knobs

  • From her knobby washboard she vaulted, with the ad- miration of an army corps, beyond the antechamber of Peter the Great.
  • Indeed, Indian doctors have long reached for the knobby yellow root to treat a variety of ailments from skin disease to stomachache and infection.
  • For the past twelve hours, the idolaters of rock had been staked out in choice positions on the grass or aboard knobby limbs of strategically located trees in the arena.

  • Mariann Fischer Boel in Xinhua
    July 1 marks the return to our shelves of the curved cucumber and the knobby carrot,said Mariann Fischer Boel, EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development.

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