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 n.— «Almost every time Cole lines up across the left tackle, he’s got a tight end to deal with, too. Running backs also take a quick shot at him before releasing into the flat—a technique called chipping.» —“Eagles ends still looking for first sack” by Geoff Mosher Courier-Post (Cherry Hill, New Jersey) Sept. 19, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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