whole pitch

whole pitch

The pitch of a gable roof whose vertical rise is equal to the span.
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Literally I have a whole pitch that I'm writing and creating now.
I enjoy seeing it (games) from up there, you can see the whole pitch from a different vantage point.
The second half was different as they dominated the whole pitch, and they scored two late goals from James Vaughan and George Honeyman in the last 10 minutes of the game to win the game 2-0.
Whenever he gets the ball, you've got to try to get to him as quickly as you possibly can - try not to let him turn on the ball and see the whole pitch and don't stand off him.
The keeper is the last line of defence and he sees the whole pitch and the big picture.
That new irrigation system will allow the whole pitch to be watered prior to kick-off in under three minutes while eight heat and moisture sensors have been installed to help monitor the best growing environment for the grass.
chief of the Armed Forces of the Philippines' Reserve Command, who hinged his whole pitch for the ROTC on this question: Who will be able to respond to the call of duty when war breaks out if not the reservists?
Donald's whole pitch is he's a great businessman, and yet his campaign right now, it appears he can't run a lemonade stand.
To run nearly the whole pitch and finish like that is unbelievable but we know what he's capable of because we see it in training week in, week out.
In terms of statistics, Peter Dodd set out his organisation's achievements, from 20,000 people being part of team Welcome to Yorkshire and the "glue" which brought the whole pitch and event together, to the event being seen in 186 countries and one ice cream seller doing a whole year's sales in 24 hours.
That's 11 players I've thought of from the top of my head, literally a whole pitch of players that either aren't up to it, not at the club or haven't made the impact expected.