n.— «Due to astute judgement and swiftness of foot, crushers tried to get top prices off bookmakers and sell them back (lay horses) at restricted quotes, with the difference being their profit margin.» —“Randwick’s last tout: nine tips but none the winner” by Max Presnell Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) June 24, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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