from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An unusually abrupt slope.
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For the semifinals, two teams from each bus were selected to do battle in a five-minute pitch-off.
Weir's win came down to a 125-yard pitch-off on the final hole after the five
Vince, host of the Shamwow ad, has now "unleashed and woken up the sleeping giant," Mays said, suggesting the two settle the score via a "pitch-off."
Understandably, the two are embroiled in a bitter rivalry: In February, Mays challenged Shlomi to a pitch-off on Adam Carolla's radio show after referring to himself in the third person as
The highlight of the reception will be the "pitch-off," where some of the event's most exciting companies will be invited to give their presentations.
It’s a sad day for Powers fans, but just when it looks like he’s hanging up his glove for good, he unleashes brute force at a pitch-off hosted by luxury car dealer Ashley Schaeffer Will Ferrell.
Canadian Mike Weir captures $270,000 in Telus Skins Game pitch-off