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- abbr. technical knockout
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- technical knockout
- "to keep open", an indication for the insertion of an intravenous catheter
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- n. a knockout declared by the referee who judges one boxer unable to continue
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I'm ending voting early on the last round, we have two winners in TKO's:
The fight was called a TKO win for Brown, but Faber still believes it was stopped too early and he was still defending himself at the time of the stoppage.
Wether you think the ref should have called a TKO or not is irrelevant as the opinion of those who make the esb rankings hold no bearing whatsoever on the ref's final decision which led to a wide UD for Bute.
But the TKO was the description of the subversion of the materialist paradigm!
It was aired live to Thailand and will be shown on a delayed basis on CCTN Ch 47's Saturday afternoon boxing program "TKO".
In the episode entitled "TKO", series creator J. Michael Straczynski put a Zima neon sign in the bar at the Zocalo, the central shopping area on the station.
The ultimate goal, he said, is to get Shawn a "TKO", by graduating from college.
Gertner's MySpace page and discovered his song, "TKO," which could, quite possibly, feature the worst passion talking ever: "Come here.
[Nov 11, 2008] '); "> Facebreaker K.O. Party' TKO 'trailer
A warrior which is creation his way up a light heavyweight division, Luiz Cane (fighting out of Sao Paulo, Brazil) is upon a three-fight win strain with a unanimous preference feat opposite Steve Cantwell during UFC 97 as well as dual TKO victories in 2008.