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  • n. Plural form of handballer.

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Examples

  • Club in Ridgewood, Queens, the best handballers in the city meet when weather cools.

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  • The handballers are young and their inexperience has shown during lopsided losses to Taiwan and Kazakhstan.

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  • 'Ducksy is one of the greatest handballers of all time and I knew I was going to have to play very well to beat him; I was very happy with my performance, but even happier with the win,' said the Mullingar clubman.

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  • This year's Senior Championship returns to the provincial stage for the first time in years and sees handballers competing for provincial and national crowns.

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  • Swedish filmmaker Mans Herngren's "The Swimsuit Issue," with its vaguely "Full Monty" - esque dive into masculine repression and its alleviation via feminine-coded performance (a team of manly handballers [giggle] train themselves as synchronized swimmers for money and, ultimately, self-worth), barely manages to rise above its oppressively twee conceit.

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  • Meanwhile, the top underage handballers in the country will fight it out in the Juvenile All-Ireland 60x30 Finals this weekend, with sixteen finals taking place in Ballina (Tipperary) and Crinkle (Offaly).

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