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A knork is a hybrid form of cutlery which combines the cutting capability of a knife and the spearing capability of a fork into a single utensil. The word knork is a portmanteau of knife and fork. Typically, one or both of the outer edges of a fork-like utensil are sharpened to allow the user to cut their food. Several patents have been issues for designs of knorks, such as #RE9687 issued to Arthur W. Cox in 1881 and #1294031 issued to Henry J. Bigelow in 1919. More information...
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