the old one-two

the old one-two

1. n. a series of two punches delivered quickly, one after another. Tom gave Bill the old one-two, and the argument was ended right there.
2. n. any destructive assault on an idea, thing, or person. I gave his proposal the old one-two. Next time he will be better prepared.
See also: old
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And just like in Vegas some 10 hours earlier, it was the old one-two that did for the outsider.
My mate videoed the fight on his phone and it looks like I finished Kev with the old one-two but he told me after that it was a body shot that hurt him.
Or is it teasing Dundee before it delivers the old one-two this weekend?
The old one-two stunned Newcastle as Michu and Jonathan De Guzman fired Swansea to a superb victory in the Premier League on Sat turday
Bluebirds boss Malky Mackay looks frustrated as time ticked away last night * It's the old one-two as Jack Collison nods in the opener (right) before following it up with his second on the night, a strike deflected in by Liam Lawrence
He did not look particularly sharp, maybe as a consequence of the strengthening work he did over the winter, but then again he did execute the old one-two with his brother and from then on may have been happy to mark and wait for another day.
The big man in red couldn't have done a better job than But the uniformed staff played the old one-two, giving me hot, fresh chips GRAHAM YOUNG
Forget about the old one-two punch: foundation and powder.
Yet credit unions are on the receiving end of the old one-two punch between unintended consequences at the fore and an uppercut of being loved to death.
First, there was the restricted space Everton gave them to work in, then a couple of quick fire goals - the old one-two - that yanked the stuffing out of them.
I hit them with the old one-two about theft favorite TV programs, films, clothing and music.
MOST UNUSUAL: Hawaii gave the old one-two punch on the same kickoff play with 12 1/2 minutes left in the first half.
THE OLD ONE-TWO Fordham is back and fighting fit, a decade after claiming his world title (left)
JOHN JOE NEVIN and Darren O'Neill gave it the old one-two yesterday as the pair cruised through to the last 16 at the Olympic boxing arena.
Relegation threatened Blackburn were hit by the old one-two as Gylfi Sigurdsson and Nathan Dyer put Swansea in the driving A Sc c cott Sinclair inspired third goal set the seal on things and despite the efforts of David Dunn, it was another three points for Brendan Rodgers' men [bar] Swansea's Gylfi Sigurdsson and Blackburn's Grant Hanley battle for the ball