knock off

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Synonyms for knock off

get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing

take by theft

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SELECTIONS BEVERLEY: 2.00 Micky's Knock Off, 2.30 Deauville Flyer, 3.00 Bin Shamardal, 3.30 Christmas Coming, 4.05 HACIENDA (NAP), 4.40 Tia Juana, 5.15 Chichen Daawe.
King Of The Moors, owned by Shaun Taylor, made all to win the claimer unchallenged at 16-1, and 13-2 chance Micky's Knock Off made it three for Guest and Norton when landing the featured nursery by two lengths from the favourite Mister Hughie.
But opening batsmen Ian Bell and Matthew Prior then made batting look equally as simple as they took just 14.1 overs to knock off the runs without losing a wicket.
The deterioration of the pitch was emphasised by the fact it took 14.2 overs for the Indian side to knock off the low total.
Tamworth were tumbled out for 121 and Elizabethans took just over 35 overs to knock off the runs.
They're your new base, and if you don't knock off this pro-gay, "move to the center" stuff right away, they're not going to support you in 2008.
Those collisions knock off ice particles and send them into orbit about Saturn, forming rings.
"Who Wants to be a Killionaire" is a fantastic knock off of the once famous game show, and "Mother's Haunted Housecoat" was in short, twisted.
I recently saw one carrier drop rates by 5% and the competitor knock off 3%.