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Old 07-11-2004   #5
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1. Announcers who use a individual player to describe types of players,
ie: "You have your John Elways and your Brett Farves."

2. The over-used term "class act". This term is only used in sports.
ie: "He's a class act." or "Coach Whistle Britches is a class act."

3. When announcers say, "There's no love loss between these two teams." What does that mean?
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