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'Frumenty and mince pie,' the Gnat replied; 'and it makes its nest in a Christmas box.'
'Crawling at your feet,' said the Gnat (Alice drew her feet back in some alarm), 'you may observe a Bread-and-Butterfly.
The Gnat amused itself meanwhile by humming round and round her head: at last it settled again and remarked, 'I suppose you don't want to lose your name?'
'And yet I don't know,' the Gnat went on in a careless tone:
if she said "Miss," and didn't say anything more,' the Gnat remarked, 'of course you'd miss your lessons.
But the Gnat only sighed deeply, while two large tears came rolling down its cheeks.
Then came another of those melancholy little sighs, and this time the poor Gnat really seemed to have sighed itself away, for, when Alice looked up, there was nothing whatever to be seen on the twig, and, as she was getting quite chilly with sitting still so long, she got up and walked on.
Traditionally, closely held family businesses created a GNAT or GRUT to provide for an orderly transfer of the business to younger family members.
They cannot see these molecular gnats directly, so they have developed new ways to analyze X-ray diffraction data.
These gnats are almost always a sign that the soil is excessively wet.
It seems to be "straining out a gnat and swallowing a camel." Matthew 23:24.
Although new to many parts of the upper Midwest, buffalo gnats have been common in some areas of the north for a couple of decades.
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- Gnatiuk, Dmitrii
- Gnatiuk, Dmitrii Mikhailovich
- gnaw (at) (someone's) vitals
- gnaw (at) someone's vitals
- gnaw (away) at (someone or something)
- gnaw at
- gnaw at
- gnaw at her
- gnaw at her vitals
- gnaw at him
- gnaw at his vitals
- gnaw at it
- gnaw at me
- gnaw at my vitals
- gnaw at one
- gnaw at one's vitals
- gnaw at our vitals
- gnaw at somebody
- gnaw at someone
- gnaw at something
- gnaw at their vitals
- gnaw at them
- gnaw at us
- gnaw at you