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And there was a time, prior to the one-two punch of Catwoman and Elektra, when superhero films were championed minority heroes.

You can hear it all over Lazaretto, but especially in the one-two punch of "Temporary Ground" and "Would You Fight for My Love?"

Victims and those who work with victims of sexual assault describe the pain as a one-two punch.

Had it been a one-two result, could you imagine the sibling rivalry?

Instead, they were both taken out in a one-two shot by supposed good guy Michael, in one of the biggest twists of the series.

One—two— With a terrific crash, the window panes fell upon the desks; the floor shook beneath our feet.

And then one—two—three—four—five of the huge dodo-tetrapteryx birds shot out, poised for a moment, and leaped into flight.

"One—two—three—four—five, you are right," said Mr. Beresford.

Coulter did steady down in a most astonishing manner, for he sent the Yale men to the bench in one-two-three order.

Wash the plums and prick each one two or three times with a fork.


On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to one-two, such as: blow, jab, shot, slap, stroke, and bash.

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