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tote the note

tote the note
 v. phr.— «He did not really want to own a football team, although the prospect of owning the Dallas Cowboys, a team that commanded some of his loyalty but considerably less than his beloved Texas Aggies, was intriguing. He was content to stand back and let Henry S. Miller and W.O. Bankston, two of Dallas” heaviest financial hitters, tote the note.» —“Thrill of Victory” Dallas Magazine (Texas) Jan. 1, 1988. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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