tite


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tite

(taɪt)
adj
obsolete immediate
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Little Dorrit said, after considering a little, that she used to hear long ago of Mr Tite Barnacle as a man of great power.
'It can do no harm,' thought Arthur, 'if I see this Mr Tite Barnacle.'
Anning is coming to-night, and Tite Street, and Cadogan Square.
BEAT THE CROCK Neymar trains yesterday under watchful eye of Tite
Tite said midfielder Fred, newly signed by Manchester United, is still recovering from an ankle injury and is the team's only doubt.
He scored the first goal of the game after dribbling past two opponents and was more active than coach Tite expected at this stage of his recovery.
Tite said he had spoken to Neymar, who "said he was happy", but he acknowledged that he was not doing "tactical work.""I will not abandon an athlete of Neymar's level and quality," Tite said, explaining he wanted to give him "playing time.
For Tite, Jesus' all-round contribution was more important, and like all good coaches he trusted his own judgment ahead of the howling mob.
"The one I treated as extraordinary, as extraterrestrial, needs to have more respect and accept when he is beaten," Goal.com quoted Tite as saying.
Tite's position is under threat amid suggestions the 58-year-old's threeyear reign will come to an end following the tournament on home soil.
"I'll never feel calm in a penalty shoot-out, I'll never change my mind on that," said Tite, at a press conference at the Gremio Arena in Porto Alegre, where Thursday's match will take place.
And whilst Tite has urged Coutinho to find extra, he says the likes of Roberto Firmino and Arthur Melo must also play their part.