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 n.— «It’s graceful at times and something rather awesome about watching skills of the very top level of athlete—to watch Sampi soaring twice as high as any others of the giants on the ground to take a mark (spekky, in the local parlance) is somehow a wonder to behold (we were sitting just above Sampi’s head, right behind him in the photo!).» —“Gary – On Wars and Walking the Dog” by geoff in Austral. GodSpot May 17, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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