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n. Baseball
A run batted in.

[From r(un) b(atted) i(n).]
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Ribbie Hazlehurst, Bromsgrove's director of leisure services, said that procedures were checked annually by fire officials and the council was satisfied that they were more than adequate.
By the seventh game of the season, Kingsdale continued his sizzling start, six homers and seventeen ribbies.
The third baseman added a sacrifice fly in the fifth and now has 97 RBIs, eight shy of his career high 105 ribbies in 2003.
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