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libero

libero
 n.— «According to the new rules, each team can register one specialised defensive player “libero,” who is restricted to performing as a back row player, not hitting an attack, serving, blocking or attempting to block.» —“Championships” in Tokyo AFP Apr. 20, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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