even pitch

even pitch

[¦ē·vən ′pich]
(design engineering)
The pitch of a screw in which the number of threads per inch is a multiple (or submultiple) of the threads per inch of the lead screw of the lathe on which the screw is cut.
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In fact, I would like to be quoted in the future and have snippets of my wisdom mentioned on specialised websites and, who knows, even pitch presentations.
Some would even pitch their stories to us,' the TV and film director beamed.
They'll even pitch it for you so you have minimal work to do when you arrive.
Remember, this is the regime which didn't even pitch up to the 'meet the press' Pardew introduction so to essentially hand the keys over to Rafa is a seismic shift in attitude.
The system can do this because it knows altitude, heading and even pitch attitude.
xoJane has run sponsored posts, and it actively cultivates a community atmosphere in which readers are encouraged to participate in open threads, and even pitch their own "It Happened To Me" stories.
Some may even pitch in to help the local effort, which will see 89 skilled local workers use 74,800 bricks, 32,500kg of cement and 580sqm of corrugated iron to unveil a brand new clinic to serve Iyolwa community for generations to come.
Apart from the actual content, Holler's portfolio of services extends to offering research and insights, celebrity or talent management, and even pitch in with crisis counselling or countermeasures.
With her bright soprano, wide range and even pitch, she shone in all her scenes.
We tested the X-E2 in all sorts of lighting conditions, going from good light to harsh, to low light and even pitch dark.
We might even pitch her into a race like the Blenheim Stakes at the Curragh.
Sydney, Sep 13( ANI ): South Africa fast bowler Morne Morkel had nowhere to hide after bowling a huge wide, which didn't even pitch on the cut strip during the final Twenty20 against England at Edgbaston on Wednesday.