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 n.— «His day started miserably, with a drive into the rough on the 1st, and a bogey. He three-putted the 2nd, his first three-whip of the week, then made it a pair with a three-jack on the 4th.» —“Kite’s crash landing” by Brian Murphy San Francisco Chronicle Oct. 5, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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