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milkshaking

milkshaking
 n.— «The level found exceeded the threshold agreed upon by California thoroughbred trainers, owners and track management and was attributed to bicarbonate loading—”milkshaking,” in racing parlance—which slows fatigue in a horse.» —“Questions Follow Trainer Mullins’s Success” by John Scheinman in Louisville, Ky. Washington Post May 5, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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