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wrong-sider
 n.— «And when Papineau—or any other lefty steps up to the plate—he’s referred to as a wrong-sider.» —“Team takes baseball to its roots” by Paul Costanzo Times Herald (Port Huron, Michigan) May 14, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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