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When the porter is awakened from a drunken stupor by knocking at the door he invites three imaginary guests into his hangover, using knock knock to introduce each one.
Knock Castle Hotel & Spa has a Rooftop Restaurant with panoramic views of the breathtaking Strathearn Valley.
KnockOn, which LG patented in 2008, was the perfect foundation to further develop Knock Code , which is unique in its ability to both wake and unlock the phone in one step, a clear time-saver for users.
Owners of LG G2 and G Flex in specific countries will be the first to receive the Knock Code update which will give users instant access to their smartphones via a customised "knock" pattern.
The chutes knock bar is made of high density polyethylene and will not dent or scratch the filter.
This noise is often referred to as diesel knock [1] or combustion roughness [2].
SINGING sensation Tommy Fleming has slammed claims that the Virgin Mary is appearing to worshippers at Knock.
To win a pair of tickets for An Audience with Tam Cowan at Glasgow's Theatre Royal on March 19, I asked for your best Knock Knock jokes.
4 : to find fault with <Don't knock it till you try it.
2) The trial court held that the failure to comply with the knock and announce requirement caused the evidence discovered during the search to be suppressed.
MOST young pub goers have never heard a knock knock joke according to a survey by a Sutton Coldfield based bar TV channel As a result Smartbox, a new TV channel being broadcast to pubs and clubs, has launched a campaign to save the ailing joke from extinction.