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/v/ To achieve success at the highest level without natural talent, through conservative decision-making and exceptional performance by others.
The Ravens defense scored 14 points in the first half, allowing Kyle Boller to dilfer a win this week by running the ball and playing it safe.
by M.J.P. September 23, 2007
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