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moving day
 n.— «Lonard was invariably in contention after the opening two rounds but slipped over the weekend. The third round of any golf tournament is typically referred to as moving day. It is supposed to be the day when contenders make their charge. For most of the year, Lonard moved in the wrong direction.» —“Lonard reflects on spending a year in the rough” by Brent Read The Australian (Sydney, Australia) Nov. 11, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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