Chart Key

In the new issue of creative Kknitting Magazine (Sept 2010), the diamond twist chart shows boxes that indicate No St. I don't quite understand what that means. Do I simply slip the stitch or delete it or what? I have never seen this before and am at a loss. Any answers?

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no stitch
by: HandyFamily

It means there is no stitch there. You have been asked to make some decreases on the previous row/s, and it stands in the place of a stitch that no longer exists - just to make something that is 3D flat for the chart, or you can be asked to make increases later and the place is "reserved" - the free square - for the stitches yet to come. At the point of "no stitch" there is simply no stitch in this place.

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