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 n.— «“I wish it were better,” said Santa Cruz team member Omar Etcheverry as he pow-wowed with teammates in the so-called “dugout,” a group of chairs perched atop a small scaffolding on the cliffs overlooking the break.» —“The waiting game: Lousy surf greets team surfing in Santa Cruz” by Mark Conley Santa Cruz Sentinel (California) May 15, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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