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 n.— «Walcott’s fighting style also presented a target. He was commonly known as a “cutie.”…Some sportswriters…cast him as a stereotypical figure looking to sneak through life. Franklin Lewis, for instance, claimed that Walcott “is in the main a trickster.” Likewise, C.M. Gibbs of the Baltimore Sun maintained that he possessed “a gift of cuteness by nature.”» —by Russell Sullivan Rocky Marciano: The Rock of His Times Aug. 1, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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