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Knight - Wikipedia

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A knight is a person granted an honorary title of knighthood by a monarch or other political leader for service to the monarch or country, especially in a military  ...

Knights of Revery · Welcome to the Realm of Dreams

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Hello, we are the Knights of Revery, Sir Pomp and Sir Psycho. We are here to guide you all into the Realm of Dreams. Interactive and psychoactive, the ...

Knight Foundation: Home

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Knight Foundation is a national foundation with strong local roots. We invest in journalism, in the arts, and in the success of cities where brothers John S. and ...

Knights of Columbus Homepage

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Knights of Columbus - a Catholic-based Fraternal Organization engaged in charity (local and global in scope), Life Insurance, and faith-based institutional ...

Knights Catering

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Full-service catering company, with 37 years serving the Bay Area. Includes services, weddings, menus and venues.

John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford | JSK Journalism ...

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Knight-Risser Prize Symposium. When the Well Runs Dry: Facing a Groundwater Crisis in the West. Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017 4:15-6:30pm. Learn more » ...

Save 51% on KNIGHTS on Steam

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KNIGHTS is a minimalist puzzle game based on a single chess piece, the titular knight. A simple enough to pick up and relaxing experience.

Knight Cities Challenge

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The Knight Cities Challenge seeks new ideas from innovators who will take hold of the future of our cities. The challenge seeks submissions from people who ...

Charlotte Knights

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Collegiate baseball will return to Uptown Charlotte in 2017 as the Knights plan to host three games this season. Tickets go on sale at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, ...

Knight | Define Knight at Dictionary.com

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Knight definition, a mounted soldier serving under a feudal superior in the Middle Ages. See more.