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Knowles

/nəʃuəlz/
noun
1.
Beyoncé (beɪˈjʃɒnseɪ). born 1981, US singer, songwriter, and actress. A member of the girl band Destiny's Child, she later found solo success with the singles "Crazy in Love" (2003) and "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on it)" (2008)
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  • Judge knowles had as much as told him that very thing, and more than once.

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    Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • Judge knowles had not returned the writers affection, quite the contrary.

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  • He found that Judge knowles had not discussed Egbert with her at all.

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  • I wouldn't have Judge knowles worried or troubled about this for the world.

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    Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • Judge knowles, I'm goin' to need you about every minute of every day from now on.

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    Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • I took Judge knowles' offer because it seemed the only way I could earn my salt.

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  • That would be a losing fight, was certain to be, for Judge knowles had seen to that.

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  • It was Judge knowles' wish that you be my trustee, and, as you know, it was mine also.

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