from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. a pawnbroker's sign or shop.


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  • The stadium crowd, energetic and lively throughout, grew tense when Kendry Morales took three balls from the left-hander.

    One Season

  • The long stick, which reminded some early users of a tail, can be used to make a ball hit another ball in a form of the game known as carom billiards, played with only three balls by real hustlers on a table with no pockets.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • I always put three balls in the left front pocket of my shorts, then half a dozen long tees, two Sacagawea coins for markers, and a divot tool in the right pocket.

    The Italian Summer


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