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who laid the rail

who laid the rail
 adv. phr.— «We have running backs ’til who laid the rail. Alexander, Diedricht and Buckhalter are tough. Judd Davies is the real deal at fullback. The long list of backs may have just gotten longer with redshirt freshman Chris Butler’s 118-yard effort.» —“NU Red-White Game Gives Hungry Husker Fans Food For Thought” by Our Sports Guy in Lincoln Nebraska StatePaper.com Apr. 16, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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