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  • n. The target area below the opponent's midriff.


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  • On the low line of these works, dimly seen in the thicket, rested the muzzles spouting flame; from the depths rose cheers; charges were made and repulsed, the lines scarcely seeing each other; men fell and writhed, and died unseen ” their bodies lost in the bushes, their death-groans drowned in the steady, continuous, never-ceasing crash.”

    A Life of Gen Robert E Lee

  • But the pitch lacked the velocity Guidry needed to blow it by Rice, who swung and connected late, but by sheer strength seemed topush a low line drive into center field.

    The Greatest Game


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