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(1) Somewhere-maybe in the smoke-filled rooms of the Knickerbocker Club-there was a collective decision to raise the stakes.
(2) The latter were neatly dressed, the girls in calico aprons, the boys in knickerbocker suits with their hair combed flat.
(3) The immediate result of the campus power struggle was that Knickerbocker was asked to leave at the end of the 1936-37 year.
(4) But the group dynamic during the wrangle between Rice and Knickerbocker epitomized Black Mountain at its most dystopian.
(5) Later, "Knickerbockers" became a term for the city's oldest families,who were proud of their long residence there.
(6) He came only once, in white knickerbockers , and had a fight with a bum named Etty in the garden.
(7) The knickerbockers were popular in seventies in our country.
(8) The youth like to wear knickerbockers.
(9) Nearly naked, both males and females wore ill-fitting shorts or old-fashioned knickerbockers, and three or four had donned threadbare jerseys.
(10) The expected NBA Finals rematch between the Lakers and the Knickerbockers failed to materialize because New York was eliminated in the Eastern Conference round-robin.
(11) Its founding head, Lt-Col Stuart Townsend, required pupils to march the streets of Knightsbridge in burgundy knickerbockers, yellow jumpers and cravats.
(12) I was given the option when I was a page boy once of either wearing a suit or wearing knickerbockers and long socks and ballet shoes - and I chose the ballet shoes and knickerbockers.
(13) "Ah, how this brings it all back to me--I see everybody here in knickerbockers and pantalettes, " she said, with her trailing slightly foreign accent, her eyes returning to his face. Sentencedict.com
(14) Most noteworthy of that era of the Heat was their heated rivalry with the New York Knickerbockers .
(15) They continued popularity through the 1920s and 30s when they became known as knickerbockers after a common last of the New York Dutch who wore traditional knee pants.
(16) He developed a list of rules and formed the first baseball team, the New York Knickerbockers .
(17) Most noteworthy of that era of the Heat was their heated (pun intended) rivalry with the New York Knickerbockers .
(18) Hmm. I knew I should have taken that left turn at Albuquerque. Oh, well. I'll just ask this gent in the fancy knickerbockers .
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