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mitt

Baseball a large round thickly padded leather mitten worn by the catcher
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Alex Lewi amp the M is, a 33-year-old quadruple putee, was the first person to test Mitt, and could immediately write his name on a piece of paper - a task so simple yet one he was unable to do with standard prosthetics.
Mr Trump tweeted: "Here we go with Mitt Romney, but so fast!
The MITT Award is jointly organised by Tamil Murasu, Tamil Language Learning and Promotion Committee (TLLPC), and the Singapore Tamil Teachers Union (STTU).
"Our participation at MITT is an occasion to share ideas and thoughts with experts and officials in light of the continuous development and modernization of various facilities of SIA.
* These mitts are worked in the round from the cuff up; both mitts are identical and can be worn on either hand.
Replacing the hundreds of chemical exfoliants with Body Buffer Mitt, we will reduce water pollution and thus save our health and our body of being contaminated by hormone disrupting chemicals.
Bahrain took part for the first time ever in the MITT expo which attracted in its 2015 edition 2065 exhibitors from many countries in the world, stressing the importance of the participation as part of effort to promote Bahrain as an attractive tourism and investment destination.
But after Romney saw the documentary "Mitt'' -- by Mormon filmmaker Greg Whiteley -- and felt that he could be Mitt "all the way,'' as one friend put it, he was ready to run "a hell of a race.''
Fittingly, Mitt starts at the end: the camera opens on a hotel room filled with Romneys; the time, 11:15 p.m.
Washington, Feb 02 ( ANI ): Ann Romney, wife of American businessman and politician Mitt Romney, has revealed that watching the new documentary about her husband's failed presidential bids was tough.
Each student sketched his or her chosen picture-book character, taking into consideration how the thumb and front area of the mitt would be transformed and used.