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full pitch

n
(Cricket) cricket another term for full toss
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I shouted at the full pitch of my voice as we drifted past.
The cost of hiring a third of a full pitch at the 3G facility at Calderhead High School in the town costs junior and youth Groups PS19.60 per hour on weekdays.
Last year with work going at full pitch, Ciaran was told to prepare for the worst as the kidney donated to him as a toddler suddenly started to fail.
"When there is a necessity for a three-year procurement review, do you really need a full pitch? If it is about financials, ask for financials.
At the moment we're playing on a full pitch - if we narrow that pitch it makes it a lot harder to achieve that."
If sales slow down and revenues decline, keep the marketing and sales effort at full pitch, for a change.
The final result of the game - and results elsewhere on the last day of the season for the Bluebirds - saw Cardiff City gain promotion, with the final whistle prompting a full pitch invasion where the ground was turned into a sea of blue and supporters, players and staff celebrated together.
"Getting a few minutes on a full pitch would be good for me.
"A traditional seven-a-side pitch is played on a third of a full pitch. Quite often that initial pace of 11 v 11 doesn't replicate what we envisage to be a game of football because the pitch size is far too large for age and size.
The clamour for multi-party democracy was in full pitch. He would soon be detained.
Following a full pitch to the developer, the project was ready to move ahead.