Knife Knife Superstitions
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- KNIFE - There will be an argument if knifes are crossed at a table
- KNIFE SUPERSTITIONS. By LRV 2007. I was raised by my grandparents and was always interested in their superstitions.
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- There are some interesting superstitions about knives. Long ago, some people believed that crossing a knife and fork was a sign of bad luck.
- THE ORIGINS OF SUPERSTITIONS AND CUSTOMS
- Knife Superstitions. 22. Sharks following Ships.
- INDEX. - Notes and Queries
- Knife superstition, 53. London monumental inscriptions, 389. May Day in Lancashire and Yorkshire, 345.
- Superstition says that whistling is bad luck on ships.
- The next day a wind came up and the superstition was born. Who knows?? Superstition says that sticking a knife in the mast of a ship will summon up the wind.
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- What's the deal with this knife superstition? - Yahoo! Answers
- Warrior ideal. Only one person should handle a weapon at a time.
- (21) Knife Superstitions - Sacred Texts
- The Origins of Popular Supersitions and Customs by T. Sharper Knowlson, at sacred-texts.com.
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