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    #1

    tackle?

    What's the meaning of "Someone preferably to be tackled in something"

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    Re: tackle?

    Quote Originally Posted by njt2009 View Post
    What's the meaning of "Someone preferably to be tackled in something"
    Doesn't make a lot of sense. Can you use it in a sentence, with some context.

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