Law. that authorizes law-enforcement officers to enter premises unannounced and without identifying themselves:
a no-knock narcotics policy.
Providing for or including the police right of entry without a search warrant: The cops demanded a no-knock statute so that they could catch criminals in the lair (1970s+)
[noh-kyoh, -kee-oh; Japanese naw-kyaw] /ˈnoʊ kyoʊ, -kiˌoʊ; Japanese ˈnɔ kyɔ/ noun, plural nokyo. 1. a Japanese agricultural cooperative.
Never Offline net operating loss
[noh] /noʊ/ noun 1. Lake, a lake in the Sudd region of S central Sudan, formed by the floodwaters of the White Nile. About 40 sq. mi. (100 sq. km). /nəʊ/ sentence substitute 1. used to express denial, disagreement, refusal, disapproval, disbelief, or acknowledgment of negative statements 2. used with question intonation to query a […]
/ˈnəʊlən/ noun 1. Michael Patrick, Baron. 1928–2007, British judge; chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life (1994–97) 2. Sir Sidney. 1917–92, Australian painter, whose works explore themes in Australian folklore