from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The pairing of two people or things, as for athletic competition or for comparison.
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- n. A pairing of two things, people or teams, especially for a competition
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- n. the pairing of people or things as for comparison or competition
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In a title matchup that's getting more interesting with every game, Holland put the emphasis back on pitching.
OU rolled through the field to set up a title matchup with Kansas.
Villanova's grueling Big East schedule included five games against teams that were ranked No. 1 at some point of the season (and then came a sixth in the title matchup).
Cortez Kennedy needed a late surge, but the former All-Pro defensive tackle outlasted Shaun Alexander to move into the title matchup against All-Pro left tackle Walter Jones
DOHA, 1 NOV: The Williams sisters are heading for another title matchup, after Venus defeated Jelena Jankovic on Saturday and Caroline Wozniacki retired against Serena in the WTA Championships semi-finals.
Castle Rock's bats continued to struggle in the title matchup against the Bulldogs, coming up with just five hits.
A.look at the title matchup between the Orlando Magic and the L.A. Lakers.
Either way, the matchup is a tantalizing affair matching one of the greatest players of all time against a player many think will become the greatest ever.
Now comes a title matchup which plays into a coaching cliché that is as old as the profession:
DOHA, QATAR - The Williams sisters ensured another title matchup after Venus defeated Jelena Jankovic and Caroline Wozniacki retired against Serena in the Sony Ericsson Championships semifinals.
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