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You can't really get better than that," said Hitch, adding: "He would have been Greyhound of the Year but for a certain Ballyregan Bob.
Hitch (Dakin Matthews) asks The Blonde (Sarah Aldrich) to reenact a provocative but personal scene from his past in the South Coast Repertory production of ``Hitchcock and the Blonde.
In the course of persuading Allegra to notice Albert, Hitch meets street-smart culture vulture Sara Melas, (Mendes), who pens the gossip column for the New York Standard.
Hitch, which is released on March 11, is about Alex 'Hitch' Hitchens, a New York City 'date doctor' played by Smith who has helped countless men woo the women of their dreams
There are several qualities of the Magnetic Hitch Locator that differentiate it from other hitch guides on the market.
The hitch threatens fresh conflict in the fire service.
There's more to towing and expanding your equipment carrying capacity than slapping a receiver hitch behind your rear bumper and hitting the road.
Think of the bowline simply as an interlocking hitch and loop (see Figure ld).
Records is pleased to announce that Senior Vice President of A&R and American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi has signed British singer and songwriter Neon Hitch to a recording deal.
com)-- Hitch Radio announced immediate availability of the free Hitch Radio, enabling users to immediately upgrade to the latest version of the Hitch Radio iOS app.
The 60 Climate Chargers were sent off by the Mayor of Manchester and the Mayor of Liverpool onWednesday morning, and are now partway through hitch hiking across northern Europe to finally reach the Danish capital on Sunday.
To securely engage and move loads without risk of injury or additional machinery, the cordless unit may be equipped with a variety of hitch sizes and configurations.