what do this mean ->= knit as many stitches as indicated onto last needle of previous round before starting new round it is from this website.... http://yarnover.net/patterns/doilies/kunststrik/alita.html
So, as Mario said, just knit the number of stitches mentioned and then move your stitch marker (if you use one) after those stitches. Thus, marking the new beginning of your next row.
It means that the "beginning of round" is shifting to the left. You will knit PAST the previous end of round by the number of stitches indicated. The new beginning of round is the next stitch after you have done so.
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