fitt


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fitt

(fɪt)
n
a variant spelling of fit3

fitt

(fɪt)
vb (tr)
to load (coal) onto a ship or to load (a ship) with coal
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Matilda's mum Hannah Fitt, 34, revealed how Sunday's episode brought tears to her eyes.
Fitt remarked that the potential threats to Australia could be just as harmful and devastating as the Ebola virus.
As focus group sessions continue across the country, FITT is also welcoming experts from all over North America and the world to participate in subsequent project phases.
David Docherty, Chairman of the FITT taskforce and of the DTG, said in response to the report and recommendations:
Strictly FITT embraces many fitness and dance styles, a fusion of Strictly Come Dancing with an aerobic twist," adds Jo.
3 Although energy expenditure is an important consideration in the assessment of physical activity, the methods used to produce accurate measurements cannot distinguish between the individual components of FITT.
We also have David Fitt from St George's distillery in Norfolk which commenced production in 2006.
Not many know how close Fitt came to rewriting history when he, Wilson and Lynch discussed an alternative plan to achieve a united Ireland.
Fitt is the Lead college writer for Baseball America.
When Trevor Kimber, 47, David Brock, 46, Tony Fitt, 56, and Dave Edwards, 63, realised their luck was in, they jumped for joy.
OLD rivals united across Northern Ireland's political divide yesterday for the funeral of the co-founder and first leader of the SDLP, Lord Fitt.
Pat Fitt, 63, from Wavertree, arrived at Strawberry Field as a three-year-old in 1944.