n.— «“He (Atlas) is well known in New Jersey as a man who bets with bookmakers after the horse is in the barn,” Kitzler testified further. This type of bettor, the detective said, is known as a “past-poster”—a man who bets with unsuspecting bookmakers after he learns the results of a race.» —“Atlas’ Record Aired for PUC” Washington Post and Times Herald Apr. 24, 1958. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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