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knock-off

[′näk‚ȯf]
(mechanical engineering)
The automatic stopping of a machine when it is operating improperly.
The device that causes automatic stopping.
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com/recap/the-catch-season-2-episode-8/) The Knock-Off, " Alice Vaughn (Mireille Enos) came face-to-face with her ex-boyfriend Ethan's (Warren Christie) fiancAaAaAeA@e, Gretchen.
These knock-off creations happen every year and often result in trademark infringement lawsuits or cease and desist orders.
Tang announced at the 18 th Shanghai International Film Festival that she was wearing a design from Elie Saab's 2015 Spring & Summer collection , only to be told by the Lebanese designer's reps that it was a knock-off.
5million in lost tax and brought the total number of knock-off fags seized in Ireland so far this year to 54 million.
I just made the closest knock-off humanly possible, often sending fractionated components to be analyzed using very sophisticated tests by a third-party lab.
The film's Rebel without a Cause knock-off storyline is saved by beautiful performances and the purity of its intentions.
More often than not the piece looks like a knock-off of Cirque du Soleil; it seems to take its main energy from the relentlessly psychedelic, new-age/world music.
Knock-off is knock-off, but outright forgery can get you free room and board in the hoosegow.
Increasingly, the company's success is coming from its knock-off business.
com/the-catch/season-2-episode-8-the-knock-off-guide/) The Knock-Off ," Ben will confront Alice about whether or not she still wants to be with him.