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skull session

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noun

a meeting for the purpose of discussion, exchange of ideas, solving problems, etc.
a meeting held by an athletic coach, as of football, to instruct team members in new plays or special strategy.

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Also called skull practice.

Origin of skull session

First recorded in 1935–40
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