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knock

(nok),
1. Colloquialism for a blow, especially a blow to the head.
2. A sound simulating that of a blow or rap.
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A Complete Knock Down contract is a method by which both automakers export components to assemble into a final product in a local company's factory, with the model then sold under the brand name of Hyundai or Kia.
They revealed mixed views about the plans to knock down the houses.
9 million to knock down 500 homes, but the NDC project footed the pounds 1/2 million bill for the second set of demolitions.
Williams used a Mehmet Okur screen to knock down the 3; Lakers guard Smush Parker went under the screen and paid the price.
Knock down the ice rink and build a temporary one, then knock that down to build a permanent rink.
PRINCE CHARLES has his critics, and sometimes they are justified, but he is spot-on in attacking the decision to knock down thousands of homes across the North of England, including Liverpool.
Backhoes are best suited to smaller demolition tasks, particularly jobs where the backhoe can be utilized to knock down the structure, then the front bucket can be used to move the material," he says.