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    Pass and Hike

    Can anyone help me with the highlighted text in the following sentence:

    "Where's Punt?", Dan asked. "Is it next to Pass and Hike?"

    Thank you.

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    Re: Pass and Hike

    I found your sentence here.

    When Dan heard about the Land of Punt, he made a joke. "Punt", "pass", and "hike" are terms used in American football.

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