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  • Mark O†™ Meara shot a 6-under 65, taking a one-stroke lead over Mike Reid and defending champion Nick Price in the first round of the Champions Tour†™ s Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am. “I got a little bit of a putting less from Tiger last week at Augusta, †O†™ Meara said. “I was kind of rakey on my putts, so he wanted me to swing kind of two degrees more out to the right.

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  • "I was kind of rakey on my putts, so he wanted me to swing kind of two degrees more out to the right.

    Fore, right!

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  • Those who want me to sign up for paintball even when I'm in DPs, beret on at a rakey angle and carrying a monster Bergen.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Why doesn't Arthur truly put Mottley's mind at ease by resigning from what he termed a "poor rakey" parliament and permit fresh talent to come to the fore.

    Barbados Underground

  • "If (former Prime Minister Owen Arthur) thinks that the debates are poor-rakey, he should attend Parliament more often and join in the debate with a view to raising the bar," Inniss suggested.

    Barbados Free Press

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  • I use a rakey in my Zen sand garden to remove golf balls.

    December 2, 2008

  • *snicker*

    December 2, 2008

  • A Japanese form of punishment which uses a garden tool to conduct lifeforce energy into the victim.

    December 2, 2008