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talent bucket
 n.— «Ted had just about everything the talent bucket could provide, but he wasted most of it. He’s my pick for the best natural footballing talent I’ve ever seen who didn’t half live up to his potential.» —“Re: Dr Who’s Who’s Who of the NG” Usenet: aus.sport.rugby-league Aug. 12, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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