knar


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knar

also knaur  (när)
n.
Archaic A knot or burl on a tree or in wood.

[Middle English knarre, probably from Old English *cnear or from Middle Dutch and Middle Low German knorre.]

knar

(nɑː)
n
(Forestry) a variant of knur
[C14 knarre rough stone, knot on a tree; related to Low German knarre]
knarred, ˈknarry adj

knar

(nɑr)

n.
a knot on a tree or in wood.
[1200–50; Middle English knarre; c. Middle Dutch, Middle Low German knorre]
knarred, knar′ry, adj.
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Knar Mardy could not match the finishing kick of Creswell Pride, however, and finished some way off the pace in the FSB Insurance Service By Towergate Maiden Open National Hunt Flat Race.
Tot Of The Knar offered encouragement at Bangor last month, and can make a successful return to the Welsh venue.
Tetlami was the trainer's only entry on the Exeter card, and his ninth since Henderson's first runner back - Knar Mardy - at Ffos Las on October 11.
But there was no dream return for Henderson, as his runner in the concluding bumper, 6-1 shot Knar Mardy could finish only fourth to the Keith Goldsworthy-trained Cresswell Pride.
Meanwhile, Nicky Henderson was denied a comeback winner when Knar Mardy finished fourth in the concluding bumper at Ffos Las yesterday.
Henderson marks his return from a three-month ban for administering a banned substance to a horse by running Knar Mardy in the bumper at Britain's newest course and will use her performance to gauge the form and fitness of his team.
He runs Knar Mardy in the Maiden Open NH Flat Race and would obviously love to come back with a winner.
Trainer Tim takes a four-timer HAVE horses will travel is certainly the motto of Vale of Glamorgan trainer, Tim Vaughan, who recently saddled his first ever four-timer with Mission Control, Top Of The Knar, Tanmeya and Burgess Hill.
Knar Kitabjian never met her grandfather, but the story of how he survived a death march through Turkey as a child during World War I has stayed with her.
This consistent sort should be able to confirmformwith Peter Bowen's Tot Of The Knar but both would have tomake rapid strides if they are to win.
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