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knag

(næɡ)
n
1. a knot in wood
2. a wooden peg
[C15: perhaps from Low German knagge]
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If Derek Knags, Pat Wheatley and Graham Bell from the Stanhope Street area, Ian Scott from Ponteland and Alan from Newbiggin Hall of the West Denton flight detachment could please get in touch, we'd be very grateful.
Siobhan lives with her mum, Lorraine Knags, and attends Bishop Wulstan School, in Oak Street.
The consortium is lead by Franco and Franco and includes such firms as: Knags, Alexander & Associates Limited; Rejane Limited; Basso Leonard Architects Collaborative; Di Leonardo; and OBM International.