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knot the score

knot the score
 v. phr.— «UMass drew even at the 18:48 mark when sophomore center Cory Quirk fed up ice to freshman Will Ortiz, who dipsy-doodled past a UNH defender and fired on net. Versatile senior Mark Matheson was in the right spot to knock home the rebound and knot the score.» —“UMass stuns ‘Cats” by John Connolly in Durham, N.H. Boston Herald (Massachusetts) Oct. 27, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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