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  • If it is, it’s not recorded in the Dictionary of New Zealand English, nor in the Macquarie Dictionary or the Australian Oxford Dictionary, for that matter. In the DNZE there are, however, forms of “boot” in connection with attacks, such as “to put the put in” or “to sink the boot in.”

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