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knocks Sentence Examples

  • They climbed the stairs but there was no sign of life and no answer to knocks.

  • When the waste contains any large percentage of worm or chrysalis, it is taken to a " cocoon beater," a machine which has a large revolving disk on which the silk is put, and while revolving slowly is beaten by a leather whip or flail, which loosens the silk and knocks out the wormy matter.

  • in 1500, the pope on the Christmas Eve with which the jubilee begins goes in solemn procession to a particular walled-up door ("Porta aurea") of St Peter's and knocks three times, using at the same time the words of Ps.

  • From an evidential point of view the apparition is the most valuable class of death-warning, inasmuch as recognition is more difficult in the case of an auditory hallucination, even where it takes the form of spoken words; moreover, auditory hallucinations coinciding with deaths may be mere knocks, ringing of bells, &c.; tactile hallucinations are still more difficult of recognition; and the hallucinations of smell which are sometimes found as death-warnings rarely have anything to associate them specially with the dead person.

  • They climbed the stairs but there was no sign of life and no answer to knocks.

  • Their hands bore the hard calluses of heavy manual labor, their backbones carried the scars of years of knocks against rough hewn surfaces.

  • The rugged casing has given many the opinion that the unit can take life's larger knocks, like being dropped!

  • Now, after hard knocks and trials, their legacy rests not on music but on the infamy of a tabloid frenzy.

  • The young gannets tumble off the rock, hopefully learning to fly on the way down in this ultimate school of hard knocks.

  • The A&R man fumbles a farewell handshake but knocks the singer's pint glass out of his hand, splashing the singer with beer.

  • Jilly knocks over a vase, and Carol, who is already getting very jittery, sends her outside to play.

  • jug kettle over her head, which knocks Kay out.

  • Linda tries to get her off by smashing a jug kettle over her head, which knocks Kay out.

  • The ferrule is formed from cupro nickel to resist hard knocks and balanced with a 7in beech handle, beautifully finished in black.

  • In a short scuffle the hero knocks out the baddie with a single punch.

  • I would advise that you put sellotape along the front leading edge of the main wings as this would strengthen it against knocks.

  • Decent, if not stellar - one exception tho: the song " Shallow Heart Shallow Water " completely knocks me out.

  • toughened glass screen to take knocks.

  • After kick off, the running back has to get as far upfield as possible until the opposition knocks him down.

  • Where the edge will not be subject to physical knocks, a wood veneer can be applied.

  • When the waste contains any large percentage of worm or chrysalis, it is taken to a " cocoon beater," a machine which has a large revolving disk on which the silk is put, and while revolving slowly is beaten by a leather whip or flail, which loosens the silk and knocks out the wormy matter.

  • in 1500, the pope on the Christmas Eve with which the jubilee begins goes in solemn procession to a particular walled-up door ("Porta aurea") of St Peter's and knocks three times, using at the same time the words of Ps.

  • Secondly, when sophistry had begun to fall into contempt, the political rhetorician Isocrates claimed for himself the time-honoured designation of philosopher, " herein," says Plato, " resembling some tinker, bald-pated and short of stature, who, having made money, knocks off his chains, goes to the bath, buys a new suit, and then takes advantage of the poverty and desolation of his master's daughter to urge upon her his odious addresses " (Rep. vi.

  • From an evidential point of view the apparition is the most valuable class of death-warning, inasmuch as recognition is more difficult in the case of an auditory hallucination, even where it takes the form of spoken words; moreover, auditory hallucinations coinciding with deaths may be mere knocks, ringing of bells, &c.; tactile hallucinations are still more difficult of recognition; and the hallucinations of smell which are sometimes found as death-warnings rarely have anything to associate them specially with the dead person.

  • Loud knocks were heard at the door.

  • A child knocks itself and runs at once to the arms of its mother or nurse to have the aching spot rubbed or kissed, and it feels better when this is done.

  • In a short scuffle the hero knocks out the baddie with a single punch.

  • I would advise that you put sellotape along the front leading edge of the main wings as this would strengthen it against knocks.

  • Decent, if not stellar - one exception tho: the song " Shallow Heart Shallow Water " completely knocks me out.

  • It has a toughened glass screen to take knocks.

  • After kick off, the running back has to get as far upfield as possible until the opposition knocks him down.

  • Where the edge will not be subject to physical knocks, a wood veneer can be applied.

  • Also, protect the opal from scratches, knocks and jolts and from extreme heat and cold.

  • Less counter space is necessary and yet these devices are rugged to handle knocks to the ground.

  • Hard wearing - unless a flooring is going into a room with very occasional or light use, flooring needs to be hard wearing and be able to withstand the daily knocks of everyday life.

  • On a much more prosaic note, tea tree oil knocks out the bacteria that cause common acne.

  • The player who knocks over the towels becomes the next guard.

  • If a dog knocks you down, roll into a ball and stay still.

  • Care is recommended when setting a stone in a ring, or any item of jewelry which might take knocks.

  • This means that although the earrings are hollow they will be able to withstand the daily knocks that comes with normal wear and tear.

  • A soft case will not protect the jewelry against knocks and bumps, so therefore a hard traveling case might be a better option.

  • Bracelets take more knocks than other forms of jewelry and very delicate bracelets can get caught and damaged.

  • Fortunately, there are ways to push groups of enemies back, like the Mana Blast that knocks them back and stuns (or kills) those in a specific range.

  • It begins into space, but it jars loose a tank which knocks Master Chief to the back of the ship.

  • One of the knocks that people have against the PSP is that it lacks enough original games in its library, getting bombarded instead with a bunch of ports and re-hashed classics.

  • Gas grenade is used to release gas that knocks out enemy or enemies.

  • Chocolate molds are usually made of thick, sturdy plastic that can be reused innumerable times and withstand some rather sharp knocks.

  • This way, if your future vacations take you to the water, you'll know you'll be ready in a style that knocks their socks off!

  • Insulin is quite good at what it does, and often knocks down the blood sugar more than needed.

  • Knocks, scratches, and general wear may eventually erase the engraving.

  • Cubic zirconia is hard wearing and will survive many day to day knocks and bumps.

  • These can be polished out if necessary, however many people believe that the scratches and knocks that occur over the lifetime of a ring help to give the ring a personality of its own.

  • Swiss Gear luggage is designed to take a lot of knocks and yet be easy to lift and wheel.

  • He's idealistic about the world; even when he's suffered hard knocks, his optimism in love and human nature always bounces back stronger.

  • If one player knocks all the bottles down within his three shots, he gets another turn to add more points to his score.

  • The total amount of bottles that each kid knocks down gets added to his or her total score.

  • Every once in a while, a movie comes along that just knocks the socks off its audience and makes even the most hardened critics stand up and take notice.

  • The scent of blood attracts Jasper, who attacks, and Edward knocks Bella back into a table to protect her, cutting her arm badly.

  • Beauty and the Beast: When Belle is out one night, she knocks on the castle door of a real beast.

  • Both girls called it quits at four in the morning when they heard loud knocks on the wall behind the bed and ran down to finish the night on the couch.

  • This phenomenon is reported quite often in the form of disembodied voices, slamming doors, phantom footfalls, knocks or raps and other inexplicable sounds.

  • In one popular version, the driver knocks on the door of the house where she wanted to go and meets the father of the girl only to be told she died years before in some tragic accident.

  • The hunter cased watch has a cover which stops the glass from getting scratched and keeps the pocket watch from knocks and bumps.

  • Their robust nature means that they are able to withstand the knocks and bumps which items worn on the wrist often receive.

  • A leather pocket watch case or pouch will protect a pocket watch from knocks and bangs.

  • Pocket watches often have a lid or a case that stops the watch from getting scratched and helps to protect it against knocks.

  • Unlike precious metals that easily scratch and dent, stainless steel is built to take knocks.

  • The reason a second payment has an impact on credit card debt reduction is that it knocks down the interest charged.

  • The good girl images took some knocks in 2007 and 2008, however - and the Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus empire has faced its share of controversies.

  • The show is based on a talent contest called Opportunity Knocks.

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