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There is quite a little knack in letting the hand fall so, but when you have once got it, the chord sounds much richer and fuller.
It had windows opening down to the lawn, and was full of pretty things, works and knick-knacks.
THE DAISY CHAINCHARLOTTE YONGE
Hope-Jones' enthusiasm knew no bounds and he had the knack of imparting it to those who worked under him.
They possessed the knack of composition and were what Bobby Hargrew called fluid writers.
After several failures, the boys acquired the knack of making up and binding a pack.
It requires a good deal of knack to keep your balance while some one is pounding you with a large pillow.
IN AFRICAJOHN T. MCCUTCHEON
The twigs and branches are used as fuel by the people, who have a happy knack of letting nothing be wasted.
Margaret had a peculiar knack in designing costumes which were at once plain and striking.
THE BUTTERFLY HOUSEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
It's yourself that has the knack of always getting into the thick of it.
The knack of doing this comes only by slow and continued practice.

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