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pitter

(ˈpɪtə)
vb (intr)
rare to make a pattering sound
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The inquest heard Ms Pitter may have fallen off a footbridge crossing the canal near Red Doles Road where her body was found.
They are in violation of the convention," Laura Pitter, HRW's senior national security council, told DW.
Unemployed Travis Pitter, 33 of Arbury Avenue, Foleshill is charged with robbery, dangerous driving and witness intimidation following a robbery at Coventry Motormart in Foleshill Road on September 8.
Jason Pitter QC, representing the teenager, said the trial was likely to last around seven days.
The FMC CT-800 Peach Pitter is rated to deliver up to 80 peaches per minute to the slicing head.
Pitter and Patter even find their way underground to a bat, a salamander, a cricket, and more.
Jackies Soliaire looked a decent prospect when novice chasing two years ago but has had her problems and, while she was in the process of running her best race for some time under Denis O'Regan, she looked booked for second when Fergal O'Brien's Pitter Patter fell at the last.
RUTH PITTER (1897-1992) WAS a GOOD POET, and that is the main rationale for this volume.
Revenue Commissioner Amy Pitter said federal fiscal policy, a faltering economic recovery in Europe and continued high unemployment in Massachusetts all pose risks in current economic forecasts.
Whatever the legal basis for al-Libi's apprehension in Libya, the US needs to respect his rights so that he can be fairly tried in a civilian court,' Laura Pitter, senior counterterrorism researcher at Human Rights Watch said.
Pitter said, relating his experience and that of his associates in using robotic-assisted surgery to remove myomas from symptomatic women at one of three centers.
I will eat my pants if this "story" ends in the pitter patter of tiny feet.