- n.The "slugger" bunt; the ball to infielders and inward; "hang" (sail) to screwed up central part
- v."Stick" with the infielders (ball), (head angle) against; "hang" (sail) expansion
- WebBunting; flags; flags
- Bye baby bunting, Daddy's gone a hunting.
Source: Nursery rhyme
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