Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Pitcher, Molly See Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley.

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Examples

  • Green Door Cafe, still fresh from its glowing review by in the Bergen Record by Bill Pitcher, is banging out fantastic organic and sustainable dining.

    05 « August « 2009 « Off The Broiler

  • Heffer Pitcher is a cool and witty milk carafe that comes in the shape of … well, you can see for yourselves.

    World’s First Ever Undersea Restaurant – Ithaa

  • Grabbing the fone, this time he called the Pitcher.

    STARCRAFT GHOST NOVA

  • He was referred to as the Pitcher because he once drank an entire pitcher of grain alcohol with no obvious ill effect—probably because he was already so fogged as to be clinically insane.

    STARCRAFT GHOST NOVA

  • He knew he was called the Pitcher because of that time he drank the pitcher of grain alcohol.

    STARCRAFT GHOST NOVA

  • [28] 'House in Pitcher's Court, Bell Alley, once the Residence of Robert Bloomfield' from The

    List of Figures

  • George Pitcher is a liberal Anglican priest who writes for the Telegraph and doesn’t believe in the devil in spite of living in the country that produced the Guardian.

    It must be Christmas: I half agree with George Pitcher « Anglican Samizdat

  • The encore to the Year of the Pitcher has been The Offseason of the Middle Reliever.

    SI.com

  • Kramer three Franchise players and a bunch of bums, except our Pitcher is the new Jaimey Moyer

    Bucs Dugout

  • Irwin is the second Power pitcher to be honored this month, as Nathan Baker was name Pitcher of the Week from July 5 though 11.

    OurSports Central Baseball News

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