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A regional term for a spherical mass of crack cocaine.
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Many months are spent with teammates and like-minded base-ball families.
(4.) Henry Chadwick, Beadle's Dime Base-Ball Player: A Compendium of the Game, New York, Irwin P.
Other highlights include meeting new baby animals, lambs, chicks and piglets, the return of the Old Sturbridge Village stagecoach and the river boat ride, and old-fashioned Base-Ball games played 1830s-style.
The tiny tome, just a few inches tall, provided children with instruction in the alphabet through rhymed verses, and it contains the first known published instance of the term "base-ball." Isaiah Thomas published the first American edition of A Little Pretty Pocket-book (1787) in Worcester, Mass.
News of the fling comes despite ongoing reports of Madonna's alleged affair with base-ball star Alex "A-Rod" Rodriguez.
The lucky author, Joe Mock, has visited and reviewed nearly 250 base-ball stadiums and has managed to make a living out of it, so he probably knows what he's talking about.
A LOVE letter Marilyn Monroe sent to her base-ball star husband Joe DiMaggio is to be sold.
And these mavericks of the road are not base-ball hatted boy racers, but usually middle-aged men with their snap tins on their backs.
All you have to do is fill out the accompanying ballot or log onto Gatorade.com/playeroftheyear and help identify the 500 top state and 10 national players of the year in football, girls volleyball, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls basketball, base-ball, softball and boys and girls track & field.
Your classic American base-ball underdog story is the spoon full of sugar for this book's medicinal crash course in World War II Japanese internment and disenfranchisement.
"Fans attending the game really enjoyed the DAV base-ball video:" said Commander Andrade.
Inside were US nick-nacks including a base-ball cap with a letter 'C' in red print on the front.