n.— «R acing fans and baseball hat fans hustled to the tables where they could claim their bright blue Saratoga hats, the second giveaway of the season.…He’d got just one hat, for himself, and was heading with his bag of racing papers to where he’d watch the race. He wasn’t a “spinner,” he said. “A spinner is a person who goes through the line more than once,” he explained. “They don’t even play the horses.”» —“Hat giveaway brings crowds to track” by Madeline Farbman Post Star (Glen Falls, New York) July 31, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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