n.— «The word, moneyball, has pried its way into the baseball lexicon. There are moneyball players and moneyball teams. As with any kind of contrived language, the use of the term carries with it the stigma of stereotype, which, like all stereotypes, is based on misinformation and ignorance.» —“Moneyball’s true gist is often overlooked” by Bradford Doolittle Kansas City Star (Kan., Mo.) July 6, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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