Turk's head

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Noun1.Turk's head - an ornamental knot that resembles a small turbanTurk's head - an ornamental knot that resembles a small turban
knot - any of various fastenings formed by looping and tying a rope (or cord) upon itself or to another rope or to another object
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These esteemed gentlemen were part of a club in Westminster known as the Turk's Head Tavern, where they would often meet to discuss the topics of the day.
The society said it had no objection to the principle of student accommodation in Newcastle but felt the former Turk's Head Hotel was the wrong location.
The Northumberland & Newcastle Society, which this year marks its 90th anniversary, has objected to a scheme for the former Turk's Head Hotel in Grey Street in Newcastle.
In Warwickshire there are an impressive 16 new entries: the Turk's Head in Alcester; the King's Head in Cubbington; the Black Swan in Henley-in-Arden, the Royal Oak in Kenilworth; the Jug and Jester and the Woodland Tavern, both in Leamington; Harvester in Long Itchington; the Denbigh Arms in Monks Kirby; the Dog Inn in Nether Whitacre; the Bull's Head in Polesworth; the Wild Boar in Warwick and the Horseshoes and the Felix Holt, both in Nuneaton.
Last time we came here, we found a pottery Turk's Head, valued at pounds 50,000 so there's a bit of pressure today.
A grotesque and "ultra-rare" 17th century Bellarmine jar designed to ward off witches has been found by archaeologists exploring the site of the former Turk's Head Inn beneath Tipping Street car park in Stafford.
In 2003, plans to install a plaque at the hotel concerned were stalled after it turned out neither Paul McCartney nor Ringo Starr, the surviving Beatles, could recall whether it was the Imperial Hotel or the Royal Turk's Head where the group had stayed.
REGULARS at the Turk's Head in Stockton were convinced that a new 110-foot mural of a locomotive opposite their pub was wrong.
THE Turk's Head in Cooper Street, St Helens, has been voted Pub of the Year at the annual awards of the Liverpool and Districts branch of the Campaign For Real Ale.
The Coffee Club of Rota met in Westminster at the Turk's Head, where luminaries such as Andrew Marvell and Samuel Pepys discussed and promoted new political concepts, including the early adoption of the modern ballot box.
The rare Nichol's Turk's head cactus (Echinocactus horizonthalonius var.