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Knots is a comedy film written by Greg Lombardo and Neil Turitz. Directed by Lombardo, the film was screened at the Gen Art Film Festival in 2004 and premiered on cable television in 2005. John Stamos, Michael Leydon Campbell and Tara Reid star.
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The numerical value of knots in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of knots in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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The People's Armed Forces Maritime Militia don't fish, they have automatic weapons aboard and reinforced hulls, making them very dangerous at close range. Also, they have a top speed of around 18-22 knots, making them faster than 90 % of the world's fishing boats.
Known for his searing intellect, fiercely competitive spirit, and quick wit, John Heyburn untangled countless legal knots and delivered sweeping legal opinions on cases of incredible complexity.
I’m still worried, I have knots to my stomach, finally starting to subside a little bit. It’s an overwhelming feeling that they’re safe and back with me.
We now don’t expect the impact in Auckland to be as high as first feared, readings around 20 miles north of Auckland have been about 50 knots( 92.6 kph) and the impact predictions in Auckland have been downgraded.
We had a problem with the boat, we think we hit something that damaged the front of the boat so we had to stop the boat to make a repair, we had to head to Spain to fix it so we could continue in the race. Then the weather got pretty bad -- for a little while 35 to 40 knots( about 65-75 kph) for a couple of hours. We decided to stop and wait until it moved away, to wait until the sea conditions were okay.
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