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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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Later, Brooks' company began manufacturing complete boats as well as mail-order "knock-down" boats, in which all the pieces necessary to build the boat were cut to the proper shapes, bundled into a package, and shipped to the customer for assembly.
Studies have found that shRNAs expressed from lentiviral vectors result in sustained knock-down of expression of the gene of interest.
The sale of the Tote was promised in both Labour's 2001 and 2005 election manifesto, but on Monday in a question to Sutcliffe, and to cheers from some of his colleagues, Hopkins asked: "Could you even at this stage reconsider the decision, and not sell it off at what is going to be a knock-down price to privateers?"
Mooney made it 2-0 just nine minutes later when another knock-down, this time from Mark Bradley, found him 18 yards out and he planted the ball into the net with his right foot.
Then Jerry Britton turned Archibald before firing just over - and Grady clipped the ball over the bar from David Lilley's knock-down.