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  • noun Plural form of knockoff.

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Examples

  • What sets Got-Ya apart from all the other Pac-Man knockoffs is the addition of RoShamBo.

    In Exile: 33 posts from December 2005

  • What sets Got-Ya apart from all the other Pac-Man knockoffs is the addition of RoShamBo.

    In Exile

  • What sets Got-Ya apart from all the other Pac-Man knockoffs is the addition of RoShamBo.

    In Exile

  • She sold the iPhones at $350 each after purchasing the knockoffs from a Chinese wholesaler at $30 apiece, Johnson said.

    News

  • These "knockoffs" are just competing devices which would be perfectly legal and certainly not called knockoffs in a world with sane intellectual property laws.

    SlipperyBrick.com

  • 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.

    Federal customs agents seize Web sites of traffickers in knockoffs

  • "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.

    Slowdown Strains Myanmar Economy

  • Inside the market are four levels of everything from brand-name knockoffs, to clothing and linens, to leather goods and housewares.

    Run For The Money

  • Rebecca Tushnet's 43 (B) log: NYT on Indian "knockoffs" skip to main | skip to sidebar

    NYT on Indian "knockoffs"

  • Chihuly sued Rubino and Redmond art entrepreneur Robert Kaindl in October, accusing them of copying his designs and selling "knockoffs" at several local galleries.

    Archive 2006-06-01

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