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Changed: 1c1
Knip when used in a Knaresborough rules game, derived from the River Nidd which flows through the town. [TCM]
Knip when used in a [Knaresborough Rules]? game, derived from the River Nidd which flows through the town.

Changed: 3c3,9
That homophony with knid allows much scope for confusion gives rise to an often disputed tactic employed mostly, but by no means only, or indeed universally, by Ruttsborough's students and servants. [RAB]
[TCM]

That homophony with knid allows much scope for confusion gives rise to an often disputed tactic employed mostly, but by no means only, or indeed universally, by Ruttsborough's students and servants.

[RAB]


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Knip when used in a [Knaresborough Rules]? game, derived from the River Nidd which flows through the town.

[TCM]

That homophony with knid allows much scope for confusion gives rise to an often disputed tactic employed mostly, but by no means only, or indeed universally, by Ruttsborough's students and servants.

[RAB]


Categories: A to Z

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