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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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Since then, the knock knock has been mainly a children's form of joke But some Spearophiles still enjoy the form when it has a reference to the bard: Knock,Knock.
You may have seen Knock Castle Hotel featured in the recent TV cookery show Summerhouse Kitchen starring the hotel's head chef Jason Henderson.
LG engineers placed a great amount of emphasis on providing users with exceptional security and convenience when developing Knock Code, said Dr.
The consumer benefits of LG's Knock Code technology lie in its ability to wake and unlock the phone simultaneously, providing more convenience and greater security over conventional password and pattern-based security options.
Being fundamentally related to cylinder pressure, it is no surprise that cylinder pressure sensors are the most effective for detecting diesel knock.
But what this man and others like him are claming is happening at Knock is only belittling people's religion.
To be deemed reasonable, officers are required to knock and announce prior to their entry unless there is a reason to dispense with this requirement.
The sounds, recorded by digital devices left in the woods for weeks at a time, reveal what the Cornell scientists say could be the sharp calls, sounding like 'kent,' of an ivory-billed woodpecker and the species' distinctive double knocks on trees.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-27 May 2004-First Olsen Tankers Ltd sells Suezmax tankers Knock Clune and Knock Dun(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The ability to knock down genes either stably (that is, creating heritable phenotypes through germline transmission of permanently silenced genes) or transiently ,as opposed to knocking them out altogether) has some important advantages in the production of animal models and in vitro cell lines.
I believe that opportunity may only knock on your door two, maybe three times, during your lifetime.
Based on the experiences of Meadows and co-writer Paul Fraser growing up together in Uttoxeter, it's the unapologetically working-class tale of schoolboy Romeo and his best mate Knock Knock, who suffers from a crippling back injury that has left him with a limp.
A new method for detecting engine knock holds promise for more efficient automobiles, according to researchers at Ohio State University, Columbus.