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piv·ot

(piv'ŏt),
A post on which something hinges or turns.

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pivot

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In dentistry, a part used for attaching an artificial crown to the base of a natural tooth.

piv·ot

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A post on which something hinges or turns.
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Having contested races over 1m4f and 1m6f, Pivotman dropped back to this trip late last season and seemed to improve for front-running tactics.
Pivotman misses out PIVOTMAN, as low as 9-1 with Victor Chandler, was the shortest-priced casualty in the Betfred November Handicap at Doncaster tomorrow, with the Amanda Perrett-trained three-year-old failing to make the cut for the 23-runner contest.
The Amanda Perrett-trained Pivotman, narrowly in front of Willing Foe at Newbury, Roger Varian's Pekan Star - a huge disappointment when sent off red-hot favourite for York's John Smith's Cup in July - and Alan King's recent Goodwood winner Samsons Son also figure towards the top of the market.