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 n.— «“He was feeling good; you could tell there was a little bit of energy,” said Martin’s second Marc Kennedy with a broad smile, moments after Alberta’s 7-4 Brier-opening win over New Brunswick’s Russ Howard Saturday at the Pengrowth Saddledome. “We like to call that ‘full-shuck.’ Kevin was in full-shuck mode. We say that when all of us are playing good and feeling good—we’re in full-shuck.”» —“Alberta rink ’shucks’ at win” by Allen Cameron Canada.com (Don Mills, Ontario, Canada) Mar. 7, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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