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fever pitch

noun boil, boiling point, crescendo, extreme enthusiasm, fermentation, fervency, fever of excitement, feverishness, fire, flap, flurry, fluster, frenzy, fuming, furor, fuss, heat, intensity, maelstrom, passion, rage, restlessness, roil, turbulence, unrest, upset, zeal, zealousness
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Bacon, and died "The subject matter and the timing of it worked, in a similar way to Fever Pitch.
Fever Pitch is one of three runners for owner JP McManus who is also represented by Colbert Station, who finished eighth over half a mile further in the Troytown Chase over today's course three weeks ago, and Riverside City.
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BOLTON manager Gary Megson admits interest in defender Gary Cahill is reaching fever pitch but has cast doubt on whether any of the player's suitors would be able to afford him.
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WORLD CUP BUFFET: It was July 1966 and World Cup excitement was reaching fever pitch, especially at Ayresome Park where North Korea were due to play all their games - including that memorable match against Italy.
fever pitch The band are (from left) Simon Goulding, Ray Fensome, Andy Mudd, Barry Sullivan, Andy Morley and Lee Watson
Perry's novel alternates chapters between Monk and Hester, maintaining a fever pitch of suspense.
With Euro 2004 about to start, Marston's, part of Wolverhampton and Dudley Breweries, is launching Fever Pitch, to refresh England fans home and abroad.