the knacker in a sentence
1. He is taken away in a knacker's van, and a donkey called Benjamin alerts the animals of this, but Squealer quickly waves off their alarm by persuading the animals that the van had been purchased from the knacker by an animal hospital and that the previous owner's signboard had not been repainted.
2. (However, Napoleon had in fact engineered the sale of Boxer to the knacker, allowing him and his inner circle to acquire money to buy whisky for themselves.) Years pass, the windmill is rebuilt, and another windmill is constructed, which makes the farm a good amount of income.
3. Buckley also served as a Member of Parliament but was "sent to the knacker's yard at Reform".
4. When he collapses from overwork, the pigs say they have sent him to a veterinarian, when they have sent him to the knacker's yard to be slaughtered, in exchange for money to buy a case of whiskey for the pigs to drink.
5. Benjamin, who is described as "devoted to Boxer," recognizes that Boxer's dogcart is taken away in is the knacker's; however, Squealer deceives the other animals by saying that the dogcart was possessed by a veterinarian who failed to repaint the dogcart.
6. "You, Boxer, the very day that those great muscles of yours lose their power, Jones will send you to the knacker, he will cut your throat and boil you down for the fox-hounds."
7. It was originally known as Knackersknowle, meaning "the hill of the knacker's yard".
8. Throughout the presentation of the evidence the Doctor barked at the Valeyard, calling him names such as "the Boneyard," "the Scrapyard," and "the Knacker's Yard," and only the interventions of the Inquisitor, another Time Lord, kept the trial going.
9. Bergin had a top 10 hit in Ireland with the song "The Knacker", which tells the story of a person who recycles horse carcasses and turns them into glue.
10. These include: "Polly on the Mopstick" in Birmingham, "Strong Horses, Weak Donkeys" in Monmouthshire, "Hunch, Cuddy, Hunch" in west Scotland, "Mont-a-Kitty" in Middlesbrough, "Husky Fusky Finger or Thumb" in Nottinghamshire, "High Jimmy Knacker" in east London, "Jump the Knacker 1-2-3" in Watford, "Wall-e-Acker" or "Warny Echo" in north West London, "Stagger Loney" in Cardiff, "Pomperino" in St Ives, Cornwall and "Trust" in Lancashire.
11. Horses and cattle had to be delivered to the knacker's yard;
12. other livestock had to be fetched by the knacker.
13. As to just where the monastic estate lay – nothing is now left of it – Jakob Leister gave the following information in a protocol received in 1764 in Trarbach, possibly by the Amtmann Fabert: The district…is called…Münchwald because the monks lived in that very place (NB: The German word for “monk” is Mönch) and had their house in the area not far from the spring, where the master (meaning the knacker Roth;
14. The knacker Heinrich Dittenburger (also Dillenburger) was sent in 1705 by the joint Sponheim government from Spall to Münchwald to preserve Sponheim’s rights in Münchwald.
15. Seemingly, the knacker was even accepted over time by the Dalberg lordship, for on 15 March 1730, Franz Eckenbert, Steward of Worms and Baron of Dalberg, awarded him the right to practise the knacker's trade in the Dalberg lordly domain “as long as he lives”, and also the Molkenborner Wiese (a meadow), although he had to pay for this right.
16. On 8 October 1737, the knacker Johannes Roth from Wesel wed Anna Maria, Lorenz Litter's daughter, and thus founded the Family Roth, who lived in Münchwald until the early 20th century.
17. Ferdinand is sentenced to eternal damnation, Maximilian cursed, the clerics expelled without possibility of pardon from the world and from God's grace, and von Herbersdorf, who betrayed the trust of the Volk, is to be buried in the knacker's yard.
18. What did a recently divorced, single woman of forty-one, who'd been off the market for eighteen years do? It wasn't like she was ready for the knacker's yard just yet.
19. In Altstadt the power in Kneiphof the pomp in Löbenicht the fields in Sackheim the knacker.
20. He was replaced by his assistant, the knacker Ernst Reindel from Gommern.
21. The rise of capitalism led to crueler treatment, particularly where horses that are unable to work are sent to the knacker.
22. He recounts his castration, his start under the harness, and his racecourse abilities, until his bloody death at the hands of the knacker.
23. You, Boxer, the very day that those great muscles of yours lose their power, Jones will sell you to the knacker, who will cut your throat and boil you down for the foxhounds.
24. Her horse was a show jumper whom the family rescued from the knacker 's yard.
- an animal hospital
- the previous owner's signboard
- Boxer's death
- a festival
- his inner circle
- another windmill
- electric lighting
- running water
- the happiest animals
- simple lives
- his farm
- just one phrase
- The maxim
- a dinner party
- local farmers
- a new alliance
- the revolutionary traditions
- "The Manor Farm
- Both Napoleon
- Mr. Pilkington
- the farmers
- the Ace
- George Orwell's Animal Farm
- a political satire
- a "wider application
- its relevance
- many similarities
- Orwell's other works
- these two prominent works
- Orwell's bleak view
- the potential/current threat
- the disarray and traumatic conditions
- Orwell's style
- the narrator
- an unbiased and uncomplicated fashion
- the generally moral animals
- their minds
- the wicked animals
- twist language
- such a way