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  • proper noun A surname.

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Examples

  • PITTS vs. WASH (what a final!! based on Pitts beats Car in 2nd round and Wash beats Mtl in 2nd round.

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  • [...] “While it is obvi­ous the pro­gres­sive blo­gos­phere is supe­rior, we are being out-organized on Twit­ter,” said Gina Cooper, a blog­ger who helped orga­nize Net­roots Nation, an annual gath­er­ing of online lib­eral activists that met last week in Pitts­burgh.

    Liberal bloggers admit conservatives have upper hand on Twitter

  • Susan Grenville-Pitts is a stereotype of the colonial occupier with her assertion that It's quite extraordinaryÉ how these people can't control their hatred of each other ....

    Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Questions

  • Leonard Pitts is a great writer and columnist for the Miami Herald.

    June 2005

  • Pitts is the chief concern, but a solid offensive line and running back Kerry

    USATODAY.com - Who's going up and who's going down

  • Stanford's DeRonnie Pitts is brought down by Wisconsin's

    USA TODAY Latest news

  • I realize Mr. Pitts is being facetious, but the very idea that Fred Phelps could be one of us ...

    February 2006

  • Mr. Pitts is right when he says that writing is hard work.

    June 2005

  • "But if you wanted to pretend to be the police, you'd call the Pitts and have them haul the wreck away."

    A Corpse is a Corpse

  • He eased the stick to the right to end the last roll, being careful not to overdo it: The Pitts was a sensitive beast, with a damned impressive power-to-weight ratio .

    Typhoon Season

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