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KNOTSKids Nurturing Others Through Service (Pine Haven, Arkansas)
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This fact and the words that had cautioned me that danger lay beyond the KNOTS convinced me that the rope had been severed since my friend had placed it as my guide, for I had but passed a single knot, whereas there had evidently been two or more in the entire length of the cord.
I had followed it for several hundred yards when I felt a knot beneath my fingers.
But his mouth was full of soot and cob- webs, and he was tied up in such very tight knots, he could not make anybody hear him.
Except a spider, which came out of a crack in the ceiling and examined the knots critically, from a safe distance.
She tied a knot with flashing eyes, as if it throttled a foe.
She was going at the speed of thirteen knots and a half.
The little knot of people towards Chobham dispersed.
But I found I was wrong, for as soon as I loosened the knot around his neck, he gave a long sigh and mumbled with a faint voice, `Now I feel better!'"
"Well, have you tied the knot?" inquired the grave-digger, who was looking on.
A little further on he came to the place in my neck where I was bled and where a little knot was left in the skin.
Having taken a kerchief from the cupboard, Willarski bound Pierre's eyes with it and tied it in a knot behind, catching some hairs painfully in the knot.
Forty year ago, you had only to let down the bucket till the first knot in the rope was free of the windlass, and you heard it splashing in the cold dull water.