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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of doorknock.


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  • Major flood warnings for Gippsland, Victoria's east districts as rivers swell SES crews doorknocked parts of Bairnsdale in Victoria last night as a major flood warning remains for the Gippsland town. | Top Stories

  • Residents in low-lying areas of Bairnsdale were doorknocked yesterday after rainfall of up to 137mm was recorded in the Mitchell River catchment, where the flood warning is in place. | Top Stories

  • Police and SES crews have doorknocked every home in St George to let people know the situation and that they have to leave. | Top Stories

  • Police and SES crews doorknocked every home in St George to let people know the situation. | Top Stories

  • Police doorknocked the street asking residents if they had heard anything in recent days. | Top Stories

  • About 400 homes in low-lying areas of the city have been doorknocked to make sure people know another peak is on its way. | Top Stories

  • Forensic police also scoured the house, while police doorknocked nearby homes. | Top Stories

  • A number of houses were doorknocked before police found the child in the company of his father.

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  • Mr Rann said during 25 years in politics he had doorknocked tens of thousands of homes and

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