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Knut

 (kə-no͞ot′, -nyo͞ot′)
See Canute.

Knut

(kəˈnjuːt)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of Canute

Ca•nute

(kəˈnut, -ˈnyut)

n.
A.D. 994?–1035, Danish king of England 1017–35; of Denmark 1018–35; and of Norway 1028–35.
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Noun1.Knut - king of Denmark and Norway who forced Edmund II to divide England with him; on the death of Edmund II, Canute became king of all England (994-1035)
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The other winners are Dominic Hing, Class A champion; Ariel Araja, 1st runnerup and William Dy, 2nd runnerup; Jun Perez, Class B champion; Nicolo Galang, 1st runnerup and Choy Cojuangco, 2nd runnerup; Guiller Tumangon, Class C champion; Knud Headeager, 1st runnerup and Mike Roces, 2nd runnerup; Isa Velayo, ladies champion; Menchie Millonado, 1st runnerup and Susan Ante, 2nd runnerup.
Ariel Araja placed second in Class A with William Dy finishing third Nicolo Galang ended up second in Class B with Choy Cojuangco placing third Knud Headeager took the runner-up honors in Class C with Mike Roces winding up third and Menchie Millonado ending up second in ladies play with Susan Ante settling for third.
Police investigator Knud Hvass says it is too early to say whether the perpetrator of the theft at the Cafe 33 bar had broken in or had used a key.
Police investigator Knud Hvass said it is too early to say whether the perpetrator had broken in or used a key.
Then outfitter Frank Feldmann spoke in Danish to our guide, Knud, who drifted alongside us in a second boat and nodded in agreement, pointing at a distant spot on the ridge.
A classic Kauri pine slimline yacht, she was designed by Knud Reimers and is famous for taking line honours in the 1966 Sydney Hobart when owned by Kiwi Jim Davern, who raced her to Hobart again in 1967, finishing second on line.
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When you work with artificial proteins, you have better control over the proteins' properties," said one of the researchers, Knud Jensen, Professor at the University of Copenhagen.
White Eskimo: Knud Rasmussen's Fearless Journey into the Heart of the Arctic is the true-life story of university drop-out, opera singer, and dinner party connoisseur Knud Rasmussen (1879-1933), highlighting Rasmussen's three years of travel across Greenland and the plains of Alaska.
I believe that it is fair to say that nearly everyone who has conducted Arctic research in North America and Greenland has had occasion to refer to the voluminous reports of the 5th Thule expedition, possibly Knud Rasmussen's crowning achievement as an Arctic researcher.
He is replacing General Knud Bartels who bid farewell to NATO's Military Committee today leaving his position as Chairman after a term of three and a half years.
The Boys who Challenged Hitler: Knud Pedersen and the Churchill Club.