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hitch

to fasten by a knot, usually used to describe tying a horse to a post.
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Interviewed by Richard Birch for Inside Track in February, Hitch described Tico, also winner of the Pall Mall at Harringay in the same year as his Derby victory, as the best dog he had ever put a lead on.
In a nutshell: A stellar production with - and without - a Hitch.
The hitch pins aren't available by NSN, so order using part number 98412A215 and CAGE 07BY4.
Hitch realises the impossibility of the task: Allegra has poise and star quality; Albert drops mustard down his cheap suits.
While the lessons progress, Hitch meets his own dream girl, a gossip writer played by Eva Mendes.
But not one to shy away from the impossible, Hitch decides to help his new client.
Fans braved wintry conditions and queued up for hours outside the UGC cinema to catch a glimpse of the Men in Black star who was attending a special premiere of Hitch.
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It takes the headache out of lining up a trailer hitch and a hitch ball--and it can be used on any vehicle by using the rear-view or side-view mirrors.
While 99% of all contests, banquets, meetings, and related efforts will go off without a hitch, it will take only one mistake to bring on an avalanche of criticism and complaints.
Firefighters' leaders are discussing a last- minute hitch to a deal aimed at ending their long pay dispute.