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Three strikes and you're outYou get three tries; if you do not succeed on your third attempt, you'll get no additional tries. The saying is derived from baseball: batters are allowed two strikes at the ball and if they miss the ball the third time, they are out. The saying may be used in reference to any kind of activity.
Three gross violations and you're finished.
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