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n.1.One who tolls a bell.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Chef Bernd Knoller, who opened RiFF in 2001 and has since become famous for his innovative culinary dishes, expressed his "deep sorrow" for Calvo's death.
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Spokesman Joshua Knoller said the company complies with all city regulations and looks forward to working with Hoylman "to promote safer streets." Knoller declined to respond to questions about Hoylman's specific proposals and how they would affect existing company policies.
Freddie Knoller, 96, who took part in the French resistance, tricked the Nazi guards by swapping his yellow star for the Frenchman's badge.
William met former French Resistance fighter Freddie Knoller, 96, on a visit to London's Imperial War Museum.
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(2.) Rajz G, Cohen JE, Harnof S, Knoller N, Goren O, Shoshan Y, et al.
(7.) Rajz G, Cohen JE, Harnof S, Knoller N, Goren O, Shoshan Y, et al: Spontaneous spinal epidural hematoma: the importance of preoperative neurological status and rapid intervention.
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Marjorie Knoller, the owner of the dogs, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for keeping a mischievous dog that killed a person.