a person who twirls a baton in a parade, exhibition, or competition.
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The United States Of Diversity: Louisiana CreoleWelcome to Dictionary.com’s United States of Diversity series by Taneesh Khera Here, we explore the minority languages of this country and the people who use them. To linguists, no dialect is better than another. They all have merit, since they’ve all emerged from cultural peculiarities unique to the region and its people. Join us in this series, for a trip around the country as we …
- baton rouge,
- baton round,
- bats in one's belfry, have
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