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 adv. phr.— «You have read columns of the heavyweight sensation of the west coast, Max Baer, a club fighter to who-laid-the-rail, two-fisted and willing, and with more color than any fighter of recent year.» —“Says” by Damon Runyon Nevada State Journal (Reno) Nov. 1, 1930. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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