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  • The game of Rounders is comprised of two teams and involves hitting a small, hard, leather-cased ball with a round wooden, plastic or metal bat and then running around four bases in order to score.

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  • Stanley Jerusalem ... you disapoint me, didn't you ever watch your sisaters play "Rounders" as a child!!!

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  • The screenplay is by Brian Koppelman and David Levien, a duo that's scripted such films as "Rounders" and "Ocean's Thirteen."

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  • Instead of baseball, you will be allowed to play a girls game called Rounders which is baseball without fancy team strip, oversized gloves, collector cards or hotdogs.

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  • Another good poker film is "Rounders", starring Matt Damon and Edward Norton.

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  • Fiction Fix Screenwriter David Levien ( "Ocean's 13," "Rounders," "Runaway Jury") makes his debut as an author with "City of the Sun," a thriller about a private detective and the case of a missing boy.

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  • VINCE: Well, I think there's two or three reasons, about four our five years ago, they came out with a movie with Matt Damon and Ed Norton called "Rounders".

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  • In the English game of "Rounders," the parent of baseball, a home-run hit either restores life to a man already out or provides the batting side with a life in reserve.

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  • American origin further contended that those who would derive Base Ball from "Rounders" had totally ignored the earlier history of both games, and had been misled by certain modern developments of "Rounders," as more recently played in England, after many of the features of Base Ball had been appropriated by the English game.

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  • For the great feature of "Rounders," from which it derives its name, is the "rounder" itself, meaning that whenever one of the "in" side makes a complete continuous circuit of the bases, or, as it would be called in Base Ball,

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