The stats have already garnered a ton of attention: "If you're under the age of 40 and you go to your parents' bedroom, make sure you knockon the door first!"
Willey pulled away when there was a knockat the door of the president's private study.
You can't turn around in a bookstore without knockingover a pile of (unsold) RPH books.
But within a few weeks, he was knockedout of the race by a combination of Bill Clinton's effective demagoguery on Social Security and concerns about his medical condition.
- -Prudie, proportionately A Note From Prudie : What kids call grown-ups is still riling some readers, so here is a knockfor Prudie that was at least civil.
Still, the discovery would seem to knockfrom contention the theory that mechanical failure caused the airplane to explode on July 17, killing all 230 aboard ."
Mr Dustow was knockedto the ground and then flung into the air by the bull.
Figure 4shows an experiment in which R26R-YFP mice were crossed with a strain of mice in which Cre was knockedinto the En-1 locus [ 26], resulting in the expression of YFP specifically at the mid-hindbrain junction in an E8.5 embryo.
It also comes standard with Topcon's Hi-Alert, which switches off the RL-H3C when knockedof its original datum.
Sparking interest from the crowd the property was sold for the knockdown price of $320,000.
We need collectors all over New Zealand to either door knockin their own street, or collect at the local shops and supermarkets.
There are several ways to enjoy sailing: General family fun sailing and knockingabout at the beach or on the lake is enjoyable but it is only a very small part of the total sailing scene.
A farmer at Homewood, near Masterton, said the rabbit population on his farm has taken a knocksince he released the calicivirus disease.
Before the policeman yanked up a tarpaulin, I saw gunshot wounds knockedthrough both their chests.
There is the classic trapping, yanking and zip line webbing, as well as the impact web that knocksthebaddiesoff their feet.
The Highlanders launch attack after attack for the final 5 minutes, they knocktheballon metres from the Blues line and the Blues win 37-31.
If a big calf or steer was roped with one of these rawhide lariats attached solidly to the saddle horn, American style, and the roping horse came to an abrupt halt or sat back so that the roped animal hit the rope at a run, the lasso tended to stretch like a rubber band and then snap, possibly springing back to knockaneyeout of the cowboy.
In response, Jarrah immediately began to roll the airplane to the left and right, attempting to knockthepassengersoff balance.
She also knockedthephoneoff the hook if we were out when it rung.
The only way to check that the symptoms are caused by mealy bugs is to knocktheplantout of the pot and inspect the root ball.
Wills calls the memoir as a whole "tiresomely moralizing" and knocksthequalityof the advising Stephanopoulos did for Clinton, noting that it was after he left that the Clinton presidency really took off.
So he knocksthereceiveroff the hook, prods the 0 on the phone with his beak and asks for room service, and when they answer, he says, "Quack!
Manukau currently hold the Jane Logan club points trophy, but if we can get our act together I believe we might just knocktheskinoff their rice pudding.
"Assertive Lad has his Doncaster win in open company which was very good and it is pretty hard to knockthatsortof form.
'Walk This Way' stands out among the riff-rockers because it has the catchiest riff, but the 1986 Run DMC collaboration knocksthespotsoff the original.
A crew will be sent to knockthestationout of orbit to burn up in the atmosphere early next year.
One complaint: Dearborn "prefers to get Mailer's contradictions and irrationalities onto the page as story" instead of exploring the meanings behind them, and she "likes to knockthestuffingout of [Mailer] when she finds him too upholstered" (Caleb Crain, the New York Times Book Review ).
Believes that if you didn't do Ironman in Auckland before they knockedthetopoff Sandstone, you haven't done it at all.
First, wrecks usually knockthevictimsout of the race, itself a dramatic event.
The Asian financial crisis caught us by surprise and knockedthewindout of our sails.
So Chatterbox knockedthoseyearsout of Gore's LCV lifetime score, too.