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  • It's a bit splitty, but after 9spi, anything on 5.5mm needles is indeed sublime.

    December 2009

  • I like the way it stripes, even if it is a wee bit splitty.

    Archive 2009-05-07

  • Even the blends are splitty to a degree I've never experienced in any other yarn, and it drove me insane.

    Granite and Bamboo - And She Knits Too!

  • I also liked knitting with the Dale of Norway Baby Ull, though I found it a bit splitty.

    August 2006

  • Here's my terror: the cake is all splitty-uppy on top!

    Beekeepers' Honey Cake

  • His slider is his best pitch, but he also still throws the fastball at 98 mph and the splitty at 90.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • A piece of string is a thing that, in the main, makes for togetheriness; whereas a knife is, in the main, a thing that makes for splitty-uppiness; still, there is an odour of togetheriness hanging about a knife also, for it tends to bring potatoes into a man's stomach.

    The Note-Books of Samuel Butler

  • It's not a strikeout pitch, but it gets a lot of balls off the end of the bat, and his splitty is nasty against lefties or righties.

    NYDN Rss

  • "The splitty (split-finger fastball) I was leaving up and they were getting hits off it,"

    STLtoday.com Top News Headlines

  • And it may have been the needles, but I found the yarn very splitty and not enjoyable to knit.

    Knitting the Blues

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