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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 resident of Syed Mohallah said that windowpanes of his house were shattered by the troops and they kept knocking down everything which came in their way inside my house.'
Demolition Dad tells the story of Jake Biggs' dad George, a wrestler known as Demolition Dad who spends all week knocking down buildings and all weekend knocking down wrestlers.
Fujairah: A 24-year-old Indian employee of a government department died on the spot and four others were injured as a pickup vehicle turned turtle after knocking down a worker standing on a pavement in Dibba Fujairah on Thursday.
If knocking down our places of worship weren't enough, our homes were knocked down and in their place stand towers and student accommodation which are named after people who no-one knows from the area and I am making a stand.
Neighbour Ken Marks yesterday said Mr Stonestreet was knocking down the wall in the garden when Surranna "came from nowhere".
" Alan Johnson asked: "Why do they seem to like knocking down houses/flats when there is a housing shortage?