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  • n. Plural form of tilt.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tilt.


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  • Intriguing conference title tilts will yield strong Super Bowl football. - Business News

  • Is it perhaps the fact that Mike Leach has guided his teams to the same number of conference title tilts as Lane Kiffin has?

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  • - Anthony Calvillo dodged a Hall of Shame marker -- going 1-and-6 in title tilts would have left him that notch above fellow quarterbacks Fran Tarkenton (Vikings, '70s) and Jim Kelly (Bills,' 90s), both 0-for-several Super Bowls.

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  • Indeed, three more title tilts - between current Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem and Fabricio Werdum, lightweight champion Josh Thomson and interim title-holder Gilbert Melendez, and Joe Riggs vs. Nick Diaz for the first-ever welterweight crown - will take place, but the large number of media members were all there to talk to the female stars of the sport.

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  • Together they gave western Montana a 2-0 record in title tilts this fall.


  • * chodin tilts his head down, raises black, olympic fist into the air*


  • By the way, that's not my screwed up lamp, but the way the shade tilts, that is what my new lamp looked like when I first put it together - before severe shaking and treatment with cardboard bits and Super Glue...

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  • I had the honor of being introduced to the old Marquis de B——: in days of yore he had signaliz’d himself by some small feats of chivalry in the Cour d’amour, and had dress’d himself out to the idea of tilts and tournaments ever since—the Marquis de B—— wish’d to have it thought the affair was somewhere else than in his brain.

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  • In days of yore he had signalized himself by some small feats of chivalry in the Cour d'Amour, and had dressed himself out to the idea of tilts and tournaments ever since.

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  • The wedding was kept with all sorts of public feasting, and games on horseback, called tilts, which lasted many days; and, among the rest, the Earl's lady gave two jewels as prizes to be played for, each of them the value of a hundred crowns.

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