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land (someone) one

To punch someone very hard. When he made that comment about their mother, Pete went up and landed him one right in the eye.
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But one's native shore is the land one loves the best, and that's good old P.E.I.
And though we've mayhappen got contrairy ways o' thinking about a many things--one man lays down his land one way an' another another--an' I'll not take it upon me to speak to no man's farming, but my own--this I'll say, as we're all o' one mind about our young squire.
But on board ship away from the land one does not expect to come upon a stranger.
It would be considered a disappointment for Philadelphia if they don't land one of the top free agents on the market.
I'm still baffled the club didn't land one in the summer, so let's hope Steve Walsh and the recruitment team have one lined up because when teams do their homework on Everton they'll see it's a weak link.
But Spurs have refused to sell and Mourinho could even ask Woodward to go as high as PS60m to land one of his top targets.
A total of 1,770 sat police exams on Saturday hoping to land one of 250 jobs in the force.
Sets a decent standard and likely to land one soon, but worrying he keeps finding one too good and surely vulnerable again in a race containing several promising, less-exposed sorts.
We provide huge support for the agriculture sector, and they pay no other taxes but the land one."
DON'T miss the boat if you want to land one of our People/Davies Angling goody bags.
Malcolm Proudlock from Annfield Plain did well ay Jubilee Lakes on Saturday, starting the day with two rainbows of 6lb 14oz in quick succession, going on to land one of 7lb 3oz and then, about 15 minutes before close, taking another good rainbow of 7lb 13oz.
And you can land one of our packages (two adult tickets and two kids briefs) by answering this question: Who is the Rangers captain?
HUNDREDS of people queued up to try to land one of 50 jobs at celebrity chef Marco Pierre White's new Liverpool restaurant.
CAUGHT up in M6 no-man's land one sunny evening, I was somehow persuaded by my wife to enter this labyrinthine retail hell-hole in search of light bulbs.