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 n.— «“Busher” Jackson got his nickname from trainer Tim Daly. Jackson was hurt and Daly asked him to carry some sticks and Jackson said that he wasn’t there to carry sticks he was in Toronto to play hockey. Daly replied, “You’ll carry the sticks, you ain’t nothing but a fresh busher.”» —“Gibson’s Thursday Hockey Report” CFMJ Radio (Toronto, Can.) Jan. 19, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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