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bring the wood

bring the wood
 v. phr.— «On the high school level there are no shortages of players who, in coaching parlance, “bring the wood.” Here’s a look at local players known for their physical play.» —“A penchant for playing rough” by Jay Stone Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Ga.) Oct. 6, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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