common pitch

common pitch

In a spiral stair, the pitch of the fliers above and below the winders.
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While "Fastball" examined the most common pitch in baseball, "Knuckleball" explored the one that only a few players in history have been able to master.
Use black text, common pitch (10-12), and a simple font.
With torrential rain earlier in the day turning the Billesley Common pitch into a paddy field, chances were limited with the forwards slogging it out up front for the remainder of the half.
A more common pitch trim problem is failure of the linkage to the tab.
Lot 10 - Common Pitch Northern Vendegies au Bois, Neuville Avesnois and Romeries
IT is a year since Adam Caves hobbled from the Billesley Common pitch with what seemed a relatively innocuous knee strain.
MUSCAT: With a call to quit dangerous road habits, experts have urged the stakeholders, including the government, the private sector and the civil society to make a common pitch to curb deaths and injuries on roads.
As Ian Smith's men frolicked from the Billesley Common pitch news from Castle Park filtered through that Plymouth had beaten Doncaster and nicked Moseley's top eight spot.
The authors suggest that there may be an adaptive advantage to the whales tuning into a common pitch.
They're available in a variety of common pitch sizes and in more than 40 versions with from two to eight drops.
Similarity due to common pitch classes was investigated by Lewin (1977 and 1979) and John Rahn (1979).