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knockdown

verb accost, assault, attack, batter, be reckless in harming a person, beat, besiege, damage, deal a blow, harm, hit, hurt, inflict harm, inflict injury, injure, shruck off
Associated concepts: assault, battery, dart out case, hit and run
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Knockdowns were recorded at 10 min interval over a 1 h exposure period and these were compared statistically for variance at p = 0.
Launch vehicles are thin walled, cylindrical structures and buckling is one of the primary failure modes," said Mark Hilburger, a senior research engineer in the Structural Mechanics and Concepts Branch at Langley and the principal investigator of the NESC's Shell Buckling Knockdown Factor project.
Simpson said: "It was never a knockdown - it was a slip.
Percent knockdown immediately after immersion and mortality at 1, 3, and 24 h were recorded.
Experienced Scot Limond gave Khan the sternest test by far of his fledgling two-year pro career, pushing the Olympic silvermedal winning hero to the brink of what would have been one of british boxing's biggest shocks with that sixth-round knockdown.
Stung by his second knockdown since leaving the amateur ranks, he launched a furious assault with rapid combinations of straight punches to leave Limond bloodied and bruised.
Khan sought to shrug off the seventh-round knockdown when Drilzane connected with a right hand which, coupled with a slip, sent the Bolton youngster down for a count.
Space vacated by relocation of the truck final assembly line from IMCT Samrong Plant to Gateway Plant, which is now engaged in knockdown export operations, has been utilized to increase the pickup truck production capacity.
The new offering developed by QIAGEN provides a very broad range of optimized and validated RNAi-based gene silencing solutions and, in addition, also links such RNAi solutions with the corresponding gene expression assay used in the subsequent qPCR-based knockdown validation.
This allowed him to 'allocate' oil supplies to allies at knockdown prices--the root cause of the subsequent scandal.
On the first knockdown Calzaghe suffered in his career, Joe said tongue in cheek: 'As far as I am concerned I slipped.
Better still you could head off to Hungary to have some crowns or implants fitted, and all at a knockdown price.