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  • n. Plural form of knockout.


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  • "Going through to the knockouts was a very important objective."

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  • This would seem to prevent researchers from making dog "knockouts" lacking a specific gene or engineering dogs that produce mutant forms of a gene.

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  • Uma Thurman or Michelle Rodriguez, our "knockouts" are women whose mugs you might not mind looking at as you're falling to the floor. - Because visibility matters

  • These popular UFC series feature riveting fight action such as knockouts and historic mega-fights, as well as training highlights and behind-the-scenes action and commentary.

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  • (Kurt is an amazing Riff Raff, and all of the Magentas and Columbias are knockouts.)

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  • A cool 2000 baht $66 gets us in the door, a worthy price for flying kicks and knockouts.

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  • American Mayweather is widely regarded as one of the best defensive fighters of all time and has compiled a flawless professional record of 41-0 with 25 knockouts.

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  • Boos rang out from the crowd in the MGM Grand Garden Arena but Mayweather, who improved his professional career record to a perfect 42-0 with 26 knockouts, was unrepentant.

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  • "I apologized to him," the 24-year-old southpaw said after slipping to 29-3-2 with 22 knockouts.

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  • Mayweather, known as "Money", boosted his professional record to a perfect 42-0, including 26 knockouts, in September with a fourth-round knockout of Victor Ortiz in Las Vegas last month to claim the World Boxing Council welterweight title.

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