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 n.— «A real dodgepot of a race, with loads in with a shout on bare form, but not a lot on the ground conditions.» —“Re: Ascot picks, day 1″ by Firebeast Usenet: uk.sport.horseracing June 19, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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