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baller

(ˈbɔːlə)
n
1. (Ball Games, other than specified) slang a ball-game player, esp in basketball
2. slang someone, usually a man, who lives in an extravagant and materialistic manner, tending to be something of a socialite
3. informal an instrument used to make balls of something: a melon baller.
4. carpentry a tool used to shape the end of a dowel
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With the visitors a man down, a well-read interception by wing Kristian Baller gave the Keys their first try, converted by O'Brien And Baller added the second, on the stroke of half-time, following some enterprising back play from Cross Keys, touching down in the corner.
Soul's tryclinched the bonus point but Keys rallied with converted tries from wing Kristian Baller and Rob Nash.
And it was game over when Baller raced clear to put the Pandy Park outfit, who will host Cornish Pirates in the last four of the British and Irish Cup, into their second semi-final of the season.
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He provides me with back-up in front of my player-haters, and I know that I am a baller and life will be phat.
Now sporting 100 SKUs and aimed at upscale retailers, additions to the licensed line include whisks, a melon baller and cheese grater.