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  • adjective three-quarter

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  • noun three of four equal parts

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Examples

  • Description: If your elbow is even with your shoulder and your wrist above your elbow, call it three-quarters.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Description: If your elbow is even with your shoulder and your wrist above your elbow, call it three-quarters.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Description: If your elbow is even with your shoulder and your wrist above your elbow, call it three-quarters.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Actually, I'm five feet five and three-quarters, which is an above average height for the American woman.

    Number 6 Fumbles

  • Description: “If your elbow is even with your shoulder and your wrist above your elbow, call it three-quarters … Don Drysdale look(s) like (a) sidearmer because (he is) so tall and reach(es) out so far, but at the point of release (he) still (has) the wrist above the elbow … Don Drysdale looked like a sidearm pitcher because he was so tall, but he took his stride straight ahead and reached out wide.”

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Description: “If your elbow is even with your shoulder and your wrist above your elbow, call it three-quarters … Ferguson Jenkins look(s) like (a) sidearmer because (he is) so tall and reach(es) out so far, but at the point of release (he) still (has) the wrist above the elbow.”

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Description: “If your elbow is even with your shoulder and your wrist above your elbow, call it three-quarters … Ferguson Jenkins look(s) like (a) sidearmer because (he is) so tall and reach(es) out so far, but at the point of release (he) still (has) the wrist above the elbow.”

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Description: “If your elbow is even with your shoulder and your wrist above your elbow, call it three-quarters … Don Drysdale look(s) like (a) sidearmer because (he is) so tall and reach(es) out so far, but at the point of release (he) still (has) the wrist above the elbow … Don Drysdale looked like a sidearm pitcher because he was so tall, but he took his stride straight ahead and reached out wide.”

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Description: “If your elbow is even with your shoulder and your wrist above your elbow, call it three-quarters … Don Drysdale look(s) like (a) sidearmer because (he is) so tall and reach(es) out so far, but at the point of release (he) still (has) the wrist above the elbow … Don Drysdale looked like a sidearm pitcher because he was so tall, but he took his stride straight ahead and reached out wide.”

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Description: “If your elbow is even with your shoulder and your wrist above your elbow, call it three-quarters … Ferguson Jenkins look(s) like (a) sidearmer because (he is) so tall and reach(es) out so far, but at the point of release (he) still (has) the wrist above the elbow.”

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

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