from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. the part of a key that engages the tumblers to activate the lock
- v. Present participle of bitt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of putting the bit into a horse's mouth, one of the steps in horse-breaking; bridling.
- n. In weaving, the piecing of warp-threads in the loom with short bits of yarn, to aid in drawing in through the harnesses and reed of wider warps than are commonly used, and for other purposes.
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Clinton have done so much for African American and now such back bitting is disgusting.
Its obnoxious because it is distracting and also bitting your lip and shifting your hair is not acting, ugh
They keep bitting because it is their TRUE way of life ...
Stop with the political back bitting. .there is a time for everything ... right now ... two souls have return to their families and that is what counts most.
So the change Congress made, by Democrats, to delay the process of installing a new Senator is bitting them in the butt.
Come spring and summer, I just throw watever is in my box till I find what the fish are bitting best.
So the Pyrenees, with her cargo of fire, was hove to, bitting the teeth of the gale and fighting and smashing the pounding seas.
Using modest imaging equipment and standard computer vision algorithms, we demonstrate the effectiveness of physical key teleduplication --- extracting a key's complete and precise bitting code at a distance via optical decoding and then cutting precise duplicates.
There are plenty of hard bitting conservative journalists out there, Mr. Yglesias.
Yes | No | Report from GiantWhitetails wrote 29 weeks 4 days ago take a shower and check yourself over many times. then clean the clothes you were wearing because they like to hide in the seams of shirts and pants. the last thing you want is to get sick from one bitting you, lyme diesease aint to nice.
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