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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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The single father-of-two had his Chronicle ready when we came knocking around Annitsford, near Cramlington, last night.
NO-FI's Lee Etherington, who is promoting the gig says: "Jeremy has been knocking around the fringes of the UK underground scene for the last few years and has become known for A Hawk and a Hacksaw.
In 2003, Baird chose Pena over White because, he said, White needed more managerial experience, so White has been knocking around the Texas League.
There aren't too many Bosman signings of a Robinson quality knocking around.
Judging by Sinn Fein's statement, they seem to think there's quite a few of them knocking around.
I'm looking forward to knocking around with a few mates, the odd glass of Chardonnay and just enjoying the experience.
She's got stiff competition from Olly Murs in the category (yes, Dance With Me Tonight was knocking around for a long while, too) and Coldplay's Paradise.
Paterson has been knocking around for awhile and arrived at Stobart Stadium Halton via Keighley, York, Batley and, most recently, French club Carpentras.
We get our fair share of aggro with youths knocking around the streets causing bother, but nothing like this.
If you want a really low mileage Jag or Daimler, there's a Series 3 Sovereign with 10,000 miles that's knocking around the classifieds for pounds 10k.
After I graduated from high school in 1955, I spent about five years knocking around before going to school.