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  • PITMAN 130, ATWATER 34: At Atwater, Pitman swept all the events in a blowout of Atwater.

    Merced Sun-Star: front

  • ATWATER 83.5, PITMAN 82.5: At Atwater, the relay team of Adam Rice, Dillon DeLaCruz, Cory Beal and Terrence Coughan won the meet's last race to give Atwater a narrow victory over Pitman.

    Merced Sun-Star: front

  • He carried on longer than was expected, for now and then he had luck on the race-course; won a good deal once, I heard, on the big race at Newcastle -- what they call the Pitman's Darby.

    Ravensdene Court

  • Ladies and gentlemen: Our guest of honour today, Walter George Pitman, is an educator.

    Now is not Too Late

  • From Mr. Benjamin Pitman, Sr., we had already received a visit at the Parker House.

    Hawaii's Story, by Hawaii's Queen

  • The notebook contains details few people knew, such as the name of Pitman's divorce attorney, he said.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Carolyn Winfrey Gillette, Co-Pastor, First Presbyterian Church in Pitman

    9/11

  • Repton and Nat Somner -- at least I think it was Nat, but I won't be sure to his Christian name -- and John Dykes, and a chap they called Pitman, but I don't know his right name. "

    Bonnie Prince Charlie : a Tale of Fontenoy and Culloden

  • Robert Pitman, from the National Marine Fisheries Service in California, joined the team in order to carry out research and as a scientific adviser on the documentary.

    BBC News - Home

  • Each of these types varies in eye patch coloration as well, leading researchers such as Pitman and Ensor to speculate that type B and C may well be distinct species based on ecological and morphological differences.

    Archive 2007-03-01

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