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sack dance
 n.— «I thought Mark Gastineau’s “sack dance” broght the rule for over-celebration. As for the “end-zone celebration” penalty…a Washington-Dallas game at Irving triggered the rule.» —“Re: Unnecessary Celebration” by Dennis Richards Montgomery Usenet: rec.sport.football.pro Dec. 20, 1990. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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