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 n.— «Carter, who pulled down 14 rebounds in the contest and is known around the Big Ten as a physical player, said Minnesota gave no warning in the last meeting on Jan. 3 that such a slobber-knocker would take place.» —“Physical play headlines Penn State victory” by Donnie Collin in ennsylvania State University U-Wire Feb. 17, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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