- n. Plural form of knockoff.
“What sets Got-Ya apart from all the other Pac-Man knockoffs is the addition of RoShamBo.”
“She sold the iPhones at $350 each after purchasing the knockoffs from a Chinese wholesaler at $30 apiece, Johnson said.”
“These "knockoffs" are just competing devices which would be perfectly legal and certainly not called knockoffs in a world with sane intellectual property laws.”
“Federal customs agents have seized 82 Web sites accused of trafficking in handbags and other counterfeit goods, escalating a crackdown against so-called knockoffs that have increasingly moved online, the Justice Department said Monday.”
“People don't have money these days, and if they do have it, they don't spend it," says Kyi Kyi Win, a saleswoman at a store selling inexpensive shirts, pants and brand-name knockoffs a short drive from Ms. Suu Kyi's lakeside residence.”
“Inside the market are four levels of everything from brand-name knockoffs, to clothing and linens, to leather goods and housewares.”
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“Chihuly sued Rubino and Redmond art entrepreneur Robert Kaindl in October, accusing them of copying his designs and selling "knockoffs" at several local galleries.”
“That's why Asian "knockoffs" of American ideas always seem so ridiculous to us, and why Americanized anime and manga are so completely crappy and so completely miss the point.”
“There are "knockoffs" of Armani or Balenciaga, but the wealthy still pay an enormous premium for the real thing.”
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