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libero
 n.— «The better defence is perhaps true in lower level of playing, where the attack is not so strong. My prognosis is also, that the new “libero” concept, approved recently in FIVB to be tested after Atlanta, will give similar results.» —“Bonus Point Scoring info web site” by John Kessel Usenet: rec.sport.volleyball Mar. 20, 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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