n.— «They were, to use the parlance of the game, “dibbly-dobblers,” seemingly inoffensive New Zealand medium-pacers of an earlier age whose control and subtle variations rendered them ideal for the limited-overs game, especially in home conditions.» —“First ODI vs Kiwis” by Tony Cozier Stabroek News (Georgetown, Guyana) Feb. 18, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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