hit the deck

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Synonyms for hit the deck

fall or drop suddenly, usually to evade some danger


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Also out from Turner/Rhino is the first stereophonic release of MGM's 1955 HIT THE DECK, which restores two deleted numbers.
Poole managed to stay ahead until the final break but justice was done as Jensen hit the deck.
There are three all-star, widescreen musicals from the 1950s: Hit The Deck, Kismet, and Deep in My Heart, two 2-disc double feature sets honoring the tap dancing queen Eleanor Powell: Broadway Melody of 1936/ Broadway Melody of 1938 and Born to Dance/Lady Be Good, along with two films starring Jane Powell: Nancy Goes To Rio and Two Weeks With Love.
The Team Sky rider hit the deck just before the first categorised climb on the 169km route from Alhendin to Alcaudete.
After he hit the deck for the second time, Flinn complained about hurting his neck and although he got through the round, the 30-year-old from Coventry went back to his corner at the bell shaking his head.
15pm but needed a helping hand when she hit the deck outside Boujis at 1.
Maybe van Nistelrooy (left) is willing to hit the deck quicker than a blown-up chimney stack but he hits the back of the net even more - and that's what infuriates those attempting to outdo him.
Smullen aboard Turn of Phrase hit the deck when In the Gods and former champion apprentice Tom Queally clipped heels just inside the furlong pole and fell in their path.
The stunning beauty hit the deck outside a top celebrity party this weekend and ended up feeling a little undie the weather.
The seven-year-old was three lengths down in second place when the leader I'm Maggy hit the penultimate fence really hard, slipped as she tried to recover on landing and hit the deck.
Flood hit the deck and a mini melee ensued as players from both sides got involved and traded insults.