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 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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