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knockers

1. n. the breasts. (Usually objectionable.) Nice knockers, huh?
2. n. the testicles. (Usually objectionable.) Pow, right in the knockers. Ye gods, it hurt!
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References in classic literature ?
But there was nothing on the back of the door, except the screws and nuts that held the knocker on, so he said `Pooh, pooh
The fourth time, before he had time to lose his courage, he grasped the knocker and made a faint sound with it.
Then Pinocchio, losing all patience, grabbed the knocker with both hands, fully determined to awaken the whole house and street with it.
The black outer-coating of the bricks was removed, and they appeared with a cheerful, blushing face streaked with white: the old bronze lions of the knocker were gilt handsomely, the railings painted, and the dismallest house in Great Gaunt Street became the smartest in the whole quarter, before the green leaves in Hampshire had replaced those yellowing ones which were on the trees in Queen's Crawley Avenue when old Sir Pitt Crawley passed under them for the last time.
Considerably refreshed by this ablution, both in mind and body, and almost sobered for the time, he dried himself as he best could; then crossed the road, and plied the knocker of the Middle Temple gate.
Winkle, catching sight of a lady's face at the window of the sedan, turned hastily round, plied the knocker with all his might and main, and called frantically upon the chairman to take the chair away again.
All this time he was shivering with cold; and every time he raised his hand to the knocker, the wind took the dressing-gown in a most unpleasant manner.
The spot was at Chesea, for there Miss Sophia Wackles resided with her widowed mother and two sisters, in conjunction with whom she maintained a very small day-school for young ladies of proportionate dimensions; a circumstance which was made known to the neighbourhood by an oval board over the front first-floor windows, whereupon appeared in circumbmbient flourishes the words 'Ladies' Seminary'; and which was further published and proclaimed at intervals between the hours of half-past nine and ten in the morning, by a straggling and solitrary young lady of tender years standing on the scraper on the tips of her toes and making futile attempts to reach the knocker with spelling-book.
I've never understand what prompts those (like the otherwise feisty Clare Short, former Ladywood MP) to wage war on the girls who've added gaiety to national like for so long, beaming vacuously over knockers like full moons, or pouting round them, as if these body parts had lives of their own.
Contract award: site villette - creation of 3 knockers and 2 outputs from pits to secure the ends of the channels 6, 7 and 8 of the maintenance hall.
One of those groups believed to be operating in the area are the Nottingham Knockers - a gang of young people claiming to be ex-convicts who try and sell items at cheap prices.
He was inspired to create the piece as part of his business Snobs, Knobs and Posh Knockers to commemorate the Lindisfarne Gospels coming to the city in July.
He was inspired to create the piece as part of his business Snobs, Knobs and Posh Knockers to commemorate the Christian manuscript, the Lindisfarne Gospels going on display in the city in July.
Knobs and knockers was deemed to be a more onerous punishment than after-school detention as it involved physical exertion.