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Not only does the ball shrink into a peach pit whenever it slaps against Leonard’s mighty hands, but everytime he steps on the court, he brings a game that’s been molded to dominate areas of the floor, placing an insoluble strain on the opposition.
He’s the leading figure in remaking old-line exchanges dominated by traders shouting bids from “open outcry pits” into electronic platforms.
“Any suggestion that my clients or I have any responsibility in the city’s decision to buy this money pit is a convenient political deflection,” he wrote in a statement.
Remains of fire pits were found not far from Border Cave’s former grass beds.
He thinks the arrangement of the pits — in a circle surrounding the henge — might mean they marked the boundary to some important space.
With the management of these, however, the Earl of Pit Town did not trouble himself.
At length the great Pit Town collection was housed as it deserved to be.
Old Pit Town knows lots of good people, and would give us letters, I suppose.
Certes le capitaine Merveilles et ses gens monstrerent leur pit non vulgaire.
We never see such horrors now; and I actually envied Pit Town the possession of that picture.

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