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  • adj. Alternative spelling of tits-up.

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Examples

  • I was in the bar at JSPC (Lippspringe), bored witless 'cos it was wet and windy ... we were all reading books, playing "Scrabble", pinball ... and then this news broke on BFBS radio (a week after Delta Force went titsup en-route to the US embassy in Tehran)

    Army Rumour Service

  • US ex-employees of Picsel, the Glasgow-based mobile software company that went titsup last year, are suing former directors of the firm for allegedly misleading them into working for free.

    The Register

  • Microsoft's volume licensing site once again went titsup on Friday and was out for several days with very little explanation from the software vendor about what had gone wrong.

    Channel Register

  • NSFW A group of Spanish trolley dollies who were grounded when their employer Air Comet went titsup last December have pressed their claim for outstanding wages by getting their kit off for a calendar, Spanish media report.

    The Register

  • "Orange Shots" is based on the platform developed by Blyk for the latter's advertising-supported free-calls service, the UK part of which was hosted by Orange until it went titsup in July.

    The Register

  • The trial is expected to end today but the court could take a few weeks to reach a verdict. reportedly went temporarily titsup late yesterday.

    The Register

  • Newport Networks Ltd went titsup on 21 July when administrators from Begbies Traynor were appointed, according to Companies House documents.

    The Register

  • The five staff were employed by San Francisco-based Picsel Technologies Inc, a wholly-owned subsidiary of now-titsup Glasgow-based Picsel Technologies Limited.

    The Register

  • "ø per second: 84.85; avg load 3.53 (4 cpus)" I bet it goes titsup if we make another FP.

    Boycott Novell - Recent changes [en]

  • website is currently titsup less than a day since Microsoft launched its iPhone-competing gadget.

    The Register

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