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  • noun Plural form of knockout.

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Examples

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

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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.

    AfterEllen.com - Because visibility matters

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

    Daily News & Analysis

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

    AfterEllen.com - Because visibility matters

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