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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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Renfrewshire Council data shows the refusal tally this year is the highest recorded since 84 were knocked back in 2011/12.
And Aurelio De Laurentiis has knocked back United's offer without blinking, reportLa Repubblica,despite the fact that the sum would make Koulibaly the most expensive centre-back of all time ahead of Liverpool's Virgil Van Dijk for [pounds sterling]75m.
Rafa Benitez wants players in before pre-season, which kicks off in just two weeks, but was knocked back over forward Tammy Abraham.
Rafa Benitez wants players in before pre-season, which kicks off in a couple of weeks, but was knocked back over forward Tammy Abraham.
Rovers have been hard sellers in the past with players under the ownership of the Venky family and twice knocked back bids from Burnley last summer for their captain.
The man is believed to been knocked back his first target in a club earlier in the evening.
Graham Smith Knocked back No surprise that Steve Palmer was knocked back on his correct score bet as many of us who have had winning accounts and are not able to be so vocal get our accounts closed.
TINS of sardines, Tesco sandwiches and travel bills for planning meetings on Christmas day were among councillors' expense claims knocked back last year.
London, Sep 18 (ANI): Ronnie Wood and his girlfriend Ekaterina Ivanova relationship ended because of a furious bust-up after she was knocked back from modelling his clothing range.
PAGE 2 VIP setback A TOP Liverpool hotel could be knocked back on a bid to install a VIP entrance because city planners cannot be sure of the status of the guests.
"He has knocked back Stafford and he has knocked back Tamworth but hopefully he will feel he has a better chance with us."
Now that the Coalition Council have been knocked back from paying themselves whopping pay rises of up to 10.9pc down to 3.6pc, will they either put the pounds 40,000-plus councillors' wage bill savings back into a decent school meal for our pupils or put it towards the loss of earnings for school catering staff?