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a person regarded as physically attractive

Synonyms for knockout

a very attractive or seductive looking woman

a blow that renders the opponent unconscious

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very strong or vigorous

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Supporters - already reeling from knock-outs in three competitions in 11 days and the loss through injury of Thierry Henry for the rest of the season - feared there would be a major impact on Wenger's spending power.
The promise now is that knock-out technology, particularly combined with widespread application of gene array studies, will enhance the Environmental Genome Project goal of establishing mechanisms of gene-environment interaction (18).
His record has made him hard to match - no fighters who operate over four and six rounds want to take him after they look at his string of knock-outs.
According to many critics, the greatest bout of De La Hoya's career was his technical knock-out of fellow American Fernando Vargas in Las Vegas in September 2002 when he unified the WBA and WBC superwelterweight titles.
But Dale, the 1997 Grand Prix champion, who scrapped through to Aberdeen by the skin of his teeth in qualifying, has a reasonably good draw to reach the knock-outs.
In contrast, Khan has had four knock-outs in an unblemished five-fight record which began last July.
Cheshire qualified for the knock-outs as runners-up in the Northern Group and took their quarter final 40-17 against Cambridge.
Hamed's last performance - a crushing second round knock-out of former unbeaten IBF world super-bantamweight champion Vuyani Bungu - was overplayed because the opponent had never fought at nine stone before.
At the end of two days of qualifying, Al Ahli and Al Nasr are at the top of the six-team standings with a place in next month's knock-out stages at stake.
His most spectacular win was a second round knock-out of Nuneaton rival Chris Emanuele at the Skydome in October, 2000.
com (OTC BB:EFSF), a Prescott, Arizona firm that provides effective methods and products to ensure the safety of fruits, vegetables and meats, today announced that Knock-Out Technologies, Ltd.
Each pair is chosen from the same team, with the coach then opting to put the stronger performer through to round three - the Knock-Out Round.
Having first beaten Larry Foster in 2007 via technical knock-out (TKO) in the first round at Shaikh Rashid Hall, at the Dubai World Trade Centre, Al Dah went on to beat David Love by first round stoppage in 2008 at the same venue.
NEIL SIMPSON, Coventry's British light-heavyweight champion, has been ordered to fight a new opponent, the Zimbabwe knock-out specialist Hastings Rasani, for the vacant Commonwealth title.
The invention provides methods for preparing such knock-out mammals and methods of using the knock-outs to evaluate the effectiveness of therapeutic agents and regimens to treat inflammatory diseases and conditions, such as cardiovascular disease, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disorder, diabetes, psoriasis, osteoporosis, nephropathy in diabetes mellitus and others.