from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An unexpected event.
- n. A pitch thrown with the arm motion of a fastball, but which travels at a much slower velocity because it is released without the fingers adding power to the delivery.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. same as change-of-pace.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a baseball thrown with little velocity when the batter is expecting a fastball
But Boston Scientific, which has been restructuring to cut costs, reduce employee ranks and change-up product offerings, said its board has authorized a new $1 billion buyback program.
Maddow is great, the change-up artist, like Greg Maddux.
Bergeron admits he liked the old set the way it was, but thinks the change-up — coupled with the cast — will reinvigorate the show and is ultimately necessary during a very stacked fall.
Are you a Netflix users with an opinion about this change-up?
On the next pitch Freese, who would be named the series most valuable player, crushed his third home run of the series, smashing an 81-mile-an-hour change-up over the left field wall to give the Cardinals a 4-0 lead.
Naverson retired the first two Cardinals he faced, but then followed in Marcum's footsteps, laying an 82-mile-an hour change-up over the middle of the plate to shortstop Rafael Furcal, who copied Freese and deposited it over the left-field fence.
For those dissatisfied with the button change-up, it simply put window buttons back to the way they were.
I like that change-up and I think it did a great job of letting DMs jump into the new system with both feet.
Hit the jump for why NBC will continue sucking the sour tit of failure from this change-up and how Conan will be better off elsewhere.
Are you glad to see the legendary director do a line change-up from Leonardo DiCaprio?