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Knight also noted the anti-LGBTQ crackdown across Indonesia.

Knight and his wife gave more than $900 million to the Knight Foundation and $300 million to the University of Oregon.

From Fortune

Knight, a tall, imposing figure with penetrating blue eyes, was sent back into the army only to desert again, making his way home on foot.

From Ozy

“I don’t think they’re really feeling it right now,” Knight said.

Instead, Knight’s team had planned to use other materials that can generate current from the swaying of trees.

So she lies to the knight, telling him Madalena is sorry and wants him back.

The NOPD fired Knight in 1973 for stealing lumber from a construction site as an off-duty cop.

Knight and Farrell were both fired from the New Orleans Police Department before they gravitated to Duke.

Scalise was a state representative old enough to remember the notoriety of Farrell and Knight from years before.

“Poor Steve Scalise is getting a bad rap,” Knight, a long-time aide to former KKK leader David Duke, told The Daily Beast.

The worthy knight not being now alive to veto the project, a figure of him has been placed opposite the College in Edmund Street.

That brave knight was my great, great grandfather, and he has often sat in this very chair in which I am sitting now.

The handsome person and gallant bearing of the youthful knight excited general sympathy and regret.

But to a Knight of Industry, as he knew the Count to be, a certain thousand pounds would be a great temptation.

According to Froissart, he was 'esteemed the bravest and most enterprising knight in the two kingdoms.'

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On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to knight, such as: banneret, cavalier, champion, chevalier, companion, and gallant.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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