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Pit (game)


Pit is a fast-paced card game for three to seven players, designed to simulate open outcry bidding for commodities. The game was developed for Parker Brothers ...

Pit - definition of pit by The Free Dictionary


A natural or artificial hole or cavity in the ground. 2. a. An excavation for the removal of mineral deposits; a mine. b. The shaft of a mine. 3. A concealed hole in ...

Pit | Define Pit at Dictionary.com


Pit definition, a naturally formed or excavated hole or cavity in the ground: pits caused by erosion; clay pits. See more.

Pit | Definition of Pit by Merriam-Webster


1 a (1) : a hole, shaft, or cavity in the ground (2) : mine (3) : a scooped-out place used for burning something (as charcoal) b : an area often sunken or depressed  ...

Pit | Board Game | BoardGameGeek


Pit is an open-outcry commodity trading game. The first edition in 1903 had a deck of 63 cards, 9 each of 7 commodities, each with a value (ranging from 40 for  ...

Find your Pit Stop | BTWD


On Friday May 20, 2016 there will be 83 Bike to Work Day pit stops all over the Washington metropolitan region in DC, Maryland and Virginia welcoming ...

pit - Wiktionary


From Middle English, from Old English pytt (“pit, hole in the ground, well, grave, pustule, pockmark”), from Proto-Germanic *putjaz (“pit, well”), from Latin puteus  ...

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Product Description. Product Description. Get a taste of trading on the commodities market with this Deluxe Pit Game. Shout your deal and trade your cards to try ...
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PIT Mutation Testing


PIT is a state of the art mutation testing system, providing gold standard test coverage for Java and the jvm. It's fast, scalable and integrates with modern test and ...

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