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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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They swooped towards Niagara city and landed one after another in a long line in a clear space before the hotel.
The body of a suspected stowaway fell from a plane and landed one metre away from a man sunbathing in his back garden in south London, a neighbour has claimed.
D Cruikshank landed two good fish of 22lb and 20lb to fly, J Wardrope landed fish of 12lbs and 10lbs to fly, P Mcneill landed 13 to 12lbs on fly, T Fletcher had one of 17lb 8oz on worm, S Eiles landed one of 14lb on worm, B Mcneill netted 13 fish to 4lb on fly and R Thompson had one of 10lbs to fly.
Alan Noods from Seaham landed one of 20lb 7oz in a catch of 12.
The Welsh star landed one of his first acting gigs starring alongside the Hollywood hunk on the 2004 epic action film Troy, and the pair enjoyed playing the word game during their free time.
Lucky: Cat Goulder has landed one of 500 dream tickets to the Olympic Games.
Chelsea have already landed one of the top talents in Brazil, midfielder Lucas Piazon, after flashing their cheque book at Sao Paolo in a pounds 5.3m swoop.
He used luncheon meat as bait backed up with small pieces chopped up and put into PVA bags attached near the hook and it worked when he landed one carp of 6lb and another that weighed 12lb Rhiwbina match angler Jim Palmer put in a practice session at Seven Oaks Fishery along with his son Russell.
Matt Sheen and Sean Green secured and Frank Lynch landed one conversion and a penalty.
Elbex, a leading manufacturer of CCTV and video intercom systems has landed one of the largest video intercom system installations in the world.
"It's a major coup to have landed one of Britain's most talented riders and along with skipper Shane Parker will give Glasgow a great spearhead for the new campaign."
THAT BEING SAID, you're going to have at least landed one or two flip tricks in your life to make you think that you're actually capable of landing a trick on the bank ramp.
The Scot (left) landed one of the last remaining seats in Formula One.
By the time the Entrepreneurs Conference had ended, she landed one contract and several contacts with potential clients who, she estimates, would help her more than double her company's revenues by the end of this year.
"One of the things that I always emphasized in my notes to Miles and Al about the show, is that if Clark had landed one cornfield over, he might have become a totally different person," says Jenette Kahn, president of DC Comics and unofficial keeper of the Superman flame.