I cocainized the cord, and immediately applied pure alum in solution to the node itself, but to no purpose.
The flying machine was the mysterious creation that node had so often hinted at.
Abdomen ovate, the first node of the petiole oblong, the second globose.
He's got node Beckley into hit; they has things all trimmed with feathers.
Abdomen very smooth and shining; the node of the petiole incrassate and tapering upwards into an acute spine.
node looked like a skur-crow an' Alfred like a Tom-boy girl.
node was strapped in the frame, his arms adjusted to the wings, and Alfred adjusted the head dress against node's violent protest.
node had forgotten that they had never worked a day previously.
He assured node that her tail would be the wonder of the world.
And node went forth with his sister to the Eastward of Edon.
early 15c., "a knot or lump," from Latin nodus "knot" (see net (n.)). Originally borrowed c.1400 in Latin form, meaning "lump in the flesh." Meaning "point of intersection" (originally of planetary orbits with the ecliptic) first recorded 1660s.
A knob, knot, protuberance, or swelling.
A protuberant growth or swelling in a tissue.
A knuckle or finger joint.