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The Great Black Spider on its Knock-kneed Tripod analyzes cinema, technology and modernity as seen by three celebrated Italian authors: Marinetti, D'Annunzio and Pirandello.
For $1,000 a trip, The New York Times reports, fishing guide Chris Brackett takes groups of four out on the Illinois River for bow hunting trips, during which even the most knock-kneed Dramamine-popping amateur is sure to catch something.
When he was trying to complete a picture of the 1,000 Guineas winner Tranquil and her jockey, trainer and lads, the Earl decreed that trainer Charles Morton was painted out for the sin, it would appear, of being knock-kneed. The Earl said Tranquil was too short in front of the saddle, so that was changed, and too static, so she was repainted, at a walk.
Besides, the knee of the supporting leg in female players took a more knock-kneed, or valgus, position, putting more stress on the outside of the knee joint.
Sue was knock-kneed with fear when she met David Allison, who treats phobias at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge.
But knock-kneed or not, Hayman is still happy to help out any way he can, and has spent the week poring over lineouts with compatriot Mark Sorenson, and forwards coaches Stuart Grimes and Ian Peel.
Jackson actually walked around the stage a bit this time out, and his major hallmarks were all there: the still-lanky, slightly knock-kneed stance, a killer smile and a rich, straight-to-the-heart voice that is surely touched by God.
* Measure the intermalleolar distance in the knock-kneed with the recurvatum corrected and the knees lightly pressed together to qauntitate knock-knees.
Knock-kneed, coughing like hags, we curse through sludge', Across the strip, Wondering why Allah has forsaken us.
The tracks his fans knew by heart were reworked but tumbled off the tongue, as Dylan stood motionless behind his guitar or crouched knock-kneed at his keyboard.
As a YOUNG boy growing up in Starkville, I was awful at sports, all butterfingered and knock-kneed. In my family, in my neighborhood, in my entire state, there was no one who fumbled a ball, flubbed a lob, or choked in the clinch more than I.