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knock

tv. to criticize someone or something. Don’t knock it if you haven’t tried it.

knock

/throw for a loop
Slang To surprise tremendously; astonish.
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Joanne Dickinson, 48, from Walton, set up the page after seeing the video of the 63-year-old man being knocked over last thursday.
NB: Aston Villa were knocked out in the Europa League play-offs.
At that point, the officers knocked on the door for several minutes.
This allows the method to be used in so-called essential genes, which cannot be knocked out in animal models without killing the animal.
Disrupting hundreds of flights and delaying thousands of travelers across North America, the outage that shut down radar and communications systems at the Los Angeles Air Route Traffic Control Center in Palmdale occurred while the center was operating on backup generators that started automatically after a vehicle knocked down a utility pole four miles away.
1996-1997: Knocked out by Borussia Dortmund in semi finals.
The agents knocked on the door, and as soon as they identified themselves, they heard the sound of scuffling feet.
A participant in last week's tournament knocked Doyle out and ended up sitting to left of Mike Caro, where he tried his best to eliminate the "Mad Genius of Poker" - Mike prevailed and was not eliminated - added Mr.
When the housekeeper knocked on the hotel room door and announced "Housekeeping," the suspect opened the door to discover agents with pointed guns announcing that he was under arrest.
Just this past Monday, for example, metallic balloons knocked out two circuits in Redondo Beach, bringing down wires and interrupting power for nearly 4,000 customers.
He knocked the ball into the middle, but Mark Burchill snatched at the chance and knocked it wide of the post.
But that could change after Jones was knocked out in the second round by Antonio Tarver on Saturday at Mandalay Bay.
But the base instincts of the boxing marketplace don't mind that Holyfield has beaten only one opponent in the past three years (Hasim Rahman) and hasn't knocked one out in nearly six (Moorer).
Forrest, who never had lost a fight, was knocked out in the third round and lost his WBC and WBA welterweight titles.