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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pitch.
- adj. Having a slope.
- adj. Having a specified tonal range.
- adj. Fought from predetermined positions at a specified time and place.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Fully prepared for beforehand, and deliberately entered upon by both sides with formal array: used specifically of a battle.
- Sloped; sloping: as, a high-pitched roof.
- n. A colonial form of pituri.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of sound) set to a certain pitch or key; usually used as a combining form
- adj. set at a slant
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Her new album, Lifted Off the Ground, is coming out on Vanguard, a label pitched more toward singer/songwriters, and certainly without a country radio promo squad.
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But Todd's explanation seemed shaky when Ridsdale again pitched up in the directors 'box when Plymouth went to Oldham on Saturday.
San Francisco's Matt Cain pitched a gem, tossing 7 2/3 shutout innings.
Cain pitched out of trouble a few times against Texas, which went 0 for 9 with runners in scoring position.
Though relations between his camp and that of his brother, David, in pitched battle with each other, had become increasingly tense, the younger Miliband rang the former work and pensions secretary James Purnell – a friend, yes, but much closer to David than to him – to ask him for advice.
Hippolyta leads the Amazons in pitched battle against giant sea beasts of the past raised by Euphemis while Diana recuperates, only to watch in horror as WW returns to do the unthinkable — TWICE!
Godin pitched his product as “a place where searchers will find the conversation as it stands right now, along with you and your brands response.”
He smashed heads in pitched battles at Homestead, regular wholesale head-breaker he was, held up the suckers for a few hundred million, and now he goes around dribbling it back to them. funny?
Chad Durbin pitched a scoreless seventh and Ryan Madson allowed one run in the eighth, helped by an outstanding catch by Rollins.
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