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hitch

to fasten by a knot, usually used to describe tying a horse to a post.
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Hitch is a wisp of a romantic fairy tale - sweet and slight as they come - fuelled by Smith's considerable charm and impeccable comedy timing
But, then again, Hitch isn't designed to be a brain-taxing experience.
MAKING A SPLASH: Hitch and Sara; LET'S GET IT ON: Will Smith and Eva Mendes
The dog isn't even a maiden so wouldn't have been qualified to run anyway," said Hitch yesterday.
He was convinced that he wasn't going to survive his second hitch.
It's raised by one or more hydraulic cylinders, and a three-point hitch.
Both the Quick Hitch and Hitch-N-Go are constructed of rugged powder-coated steel in an attractive Teflon[R] coated finish.
Authorities said the minivan carrying the Covarrubias family was on Los Angeles, waiting to turn left onto Hitch, when it was rear-ended by a sedan driven by Ashley M.
The Under-Bed Double Lock EZr Gooseneck Hitch was designed with the installer in mind.
6 /PRNewswire/ -- U-Haul, today announced the addition of a Hitch Super Center to their U-Haul Storage facility at 2947 E.
Hitch, of course, has his own problems when he meets Mendes' gossip columnist character.