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The first wedding this was to be, in all our close-knit circle.

He was a reporter with a gift for rapid-moving, close-knit narrative.

As a result, the position of the close-knit family had been altered.

They were not beautiful hands, merely strong, close-knit—hands to hold with a grip of death.

"I've done found out erbout ye," and her hand patted the close-knit bark.

Under the dark brown, close-knit bark of a full-grown red oak tree is a reddish layer that shows in the furrows.

His close-knit body accepted and relished it, finding a new pleasure in strength: thirty-seven years old and very young.

I might be sore and lame for a day or two, but I had twice the natural strength of these short, close-knit foreigners.

Furthermore, the close-knit nature of the community reinforced the parents' values when their offspring were away from home.

And with that we were launched into a new phase of Crouy life, the close-knit communal organization of a French settlement.

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