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 n.— «“Duane is better every time, with a fighter, than with a cutie, but they make him look bad.” Futch was reminded that Norton has other skills than being a fighter and, if he is not quite a cutie, he can box.» —“Bobick Still Thinks of Stevenson As He Prepares for Norton Bout” by Dave Brady Washington Post May 8, 1977. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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