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doosra
 n.— «It is his new delivery, his version of the “doosra,” the one that spits and spins away from the right-hander like a leg-break that has aroused suspicion.» —“Murali a law unto himself in throwing controversy” by Michael Atherton Sunday Telegraph (U.K.) Dec. 7, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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