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  • noun Alternative form of brain cramp.

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Examples

  • The six-foot-five, 305-pound former San Francisco 49er has become the poster player for an Eskimo team that will play the B.C. Lions in Sunday's West Division final despite leading the CFL in both brain-cramp penalties and undisciplined fouls.

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  • But it wasn't one man on one play that was the problem -- it was a communal brain-cramp that made more than one appearance.

    Edmonton Sun

  • Or that coach Jim Caldwell had a brain-cramp and sent Matt Stover out to try a 51-yard field goal.

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  • But it wasn't one man on one play that was the problem -- it was a communal brain-cramp that made more than one appearance.

    Edmonton Sun

  • It was nothing short of a brain-cramp by Dementieva.

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  • • What a case of vapor-lock brain-cramp play by the Jets' Trevor Pryce, who committed a roughing-the-kicker penalty against Lions kicker Jason Hanson on a 21-yard game-tying field goal in the third quarter.

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  • Or that coach Jim Caldwell had a brain-cramp and sent Matt Stover out to try a 51-yard field goal.

    IndyStar.com Top Stories

  • • What a case of vapor-lock brain-cramp play by the Jets' Trevor Pryce, who committed a roughing-the-kicker penalty against Lions kicker Jason Hanson on a 21-yard game-tying field goal in the third quarter.

    CNN.com

  • Not that Buffalo's criminal masterminds have a lock on brain-cramp.

    The Buffalo News: Home

  • This is what the national sports media is saying about Miles following the complete brain-cramp he exhibited in the waning 90 seconds of the ball game:

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