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Knife

is the emblem borne by St. Agʹatha, St. Albert, and St. Christiʹna.

The flaying knife is the emblem of St. Bartholomew, because he was flayed.

A sacrificing knife is borne in Christian art by St. Zadkiel, the angel.

The knife of academic knots. Chrysipʹpos, so called because he was the keenest disputant of his age (B.C. 280–207).

War to the knife. Deadly strife.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Knack
Knave
Knave of Hearts (A)
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Knee
Knee Tribute
Kneph
Knickerbocker (Diedrich)
Knickerbockers
Knife
Knife
Knife and Fork
Knifeboard
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Knight of the Bleeding Heart
Knight of the Cloak (The)
Knight of the Couching Leopard (The)
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