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knock and drag

knock and drag
 v. phr.— «Knock and drag—we will knock on doors and drag voters to the polls—it’s to our benefit.» —“In Wis., Drive On To Get Out The Voters” by Mary Leonard Boston Globe (Massachusetts) Oct. 31, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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