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v. t.1.To seize with the teeth; to gnaw.
[imp. & p. p. Knabbed (năbd); p. pr. & vb. n. Knabbing.]
2.To nab. See Nab, v. t.
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Vejonis, most believably, arrived in KNAB's closed yard in a car.
Cheers rang out as the teams battled their way from Knab Rock around a halfway marker and back to the slipway near Verdi's at lunchtime.
Rozenbergs also could not say whether the detention of Latvian businessman Julijs Krumins by the KNAB on Tuesday was somehow related to Truksnis' detention.
The anniversary brunch in honor of Knab will be held at the Doubletree Hotel, at the corner of Adams and Park, from 1 p.m.
For example, in 2009 KNAB asked prosecutors to bring criminal charges against a fellow prosecutor for accepting bribes from a person involved in narcotics distribution.
"I'm really excited to make it to the second day," said Knab, who will be bowing at Wisconsin-Whitewater next fall.
More than three decades ago, Kris Knab was a fresh-faced young lawyer at Legal Services of North Florida, supervising an intern old enough to be her father.
The second round of the WFSA Personal Members League, fished at Knab Rock on the Mumbles, was yet another one-fish affair.
Latvia's Anti Corruption Bureau (KNAB) was established in 2003 to help combat and prevent public corruption.
He also said that officials of the Corruption Prevention Bureau (KNAB) did not visit Monum offices or him yesterday.
Various sporting stars and community figures took part in the relay, with former boxing world champion Enzo Maccarinelli making the first handover at a wet and soggy Knab Rock in Mumbles yesterday morning before it headed through Swansea.