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pitilessness
See pitilessly. * * *
Pitjantjatjara
Pi·tjan·tja·tjar·a (pĭchʹän'chə-chär'ə) also Pi·tjan·tjar·a (pĭchʹän'chə-rə) n. 1. An Australian aboriginal people inhabiting the desert regions of southern ...
Pitkin glass
▪ glassware       a glassware originating from a glasshouse established by the Pitkin family in East Hartford (now Manchester), Conn., in 1783 and active until c. ...
pitman
/pit"meuhn/, n., pl. pitmen for 1, pitmans for 2. 1. a person who works in a pit, as in coal mining. 2. Mach. any of certain types of connecting rods. [1600-10; PIT1 + -MAN] * * *
Pitman
/pit"meuhn/, n. Sir Isaac, 1813-97, English inventor of a system of shorthand. * * *
Pitman shorthand
▪ writing system       system of rapid writing based on the sounds of words (i.e., the phonetic principle) rather than on conventional spellings. Invented by Sir Isaac ...
Pitman, Sir Isaac
▪ English educator and inventor born Jan. 4, 1813, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, Eng. died Jan. 12, 1897, Somerset  English educator and inventor of the shorthand system named for ...
Pitney, Gene
▪ American singer-songwriter born February 17, 1941, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S. died April 5, 2006, Cardiff, Wales  American singer and songwriter known for dramatic pop ...
Pitney, Gene Francis Alan
▪ 2007  American singer and songwriter (b. Feb. 17, 1940, Hartford, Conn.—d. April 5, 2006, Cardiff, Wales), was known for his dramatic pop balladry. Pitney first gained ...
Pitney, Mahlon
▪ American jurist born Feb. 5, 1858, Morristown, N.J., U.S. died Dec. 9, 1924, Washington, D.C.       associate justice of the United States Supreme Court ...
Pitocin
/pi toh"sin/, Pharm., Trademark. a brand of oxytocin. * * *
Pitoëff, Georges
▪ director and producer born Sept. 4, 1884?, Tiflis, Russia died Sept. 17, 1939, Geneva       Russian-born director and producer, noted for his popularization in France ...
Pitol, Sergio
▪ 2007  Mexican writer Sergio Pitol traveled to the Spanish town of Alcalá de Henares in 2006 to receive the Cervantes Prize, the most prestigious literary award in the ...
piton
/pee"ton/, n. Mountain Climbing. a metal spike with an eye through which a rope may be passed. [1895-1900; < F: ringbolt, peak (of a mountain)] * * *
Pitot tube
/pee"toh, pee toh"/ (often l.c.) an instrument for measuring fluid velocity, consisting of a narrow tube, one end of which is open and faces upstream, the other end being ...
Pitot, Henri
▪ French engineer and inventor born May 3, 1695, Aramon, Fr. died Dec. 27, 1771, Aramon       French hydraulic engineer and inventor of the pitot tube, which measures ...
Pitot-static tube
/pee"toh stat"ik, pee toh"-/, (often l.c.) Aeron. a device combining a Pitot tube with a static tube: used to measure airspeed. [1970-75; see PITOT TUBE] * * *
Pitot-statictube
Pi·tot-stat·ic tube (pēʹtō-stătʹĭk, pē-tōʹ-) n. A device consisting of a Pitot tube and a static tube combined to measure simultaneously the total and static pressure ...
Pitottube
Pi·tot tube (pēʹtō, pē-tōʹ) n. A device, essentially a tube set parallel to the direction of fluid-stream movement and attached to a manometer, used to measure the total ...
pitṛ
▪ Hindu mysticism also spelled  Pitṛi (Sanskrit: “father”) , plural  Pitaṛas,  Pitṛs , or  Pitṛis        in Hinduism, any of the spirits of the dead ...
Pitri
/pi"tree/, n., pl. Pitris, Pitri. Hinduism. the legendary progenitor of any family. [ < Skt pitr FATHER] * * *
PitRiver
I. Pit River1 (pĭt) n. See Achomawi.   II. Pit River2 (pĭt) A river, about 322 km (200 mi) long, of northern California flowing south and west to the Sacramento River. * * *
pits
➡ coal mining * * *
pitsaw
—pit sawyer. /pit"saw'/, n. a two-handed saw used in pit sawing. Also, pit saw. [1670-80; PIT1 + SAW1] * * *
pitstop
pit stop n. 1. Sports. A stop at a pit for refueling or service during an automobile race. 2. Informal. a. A brief stop for rest and refreshment, especially during an automobile ...
Pitt
/pit/, n. 1. William, 1st Earl of Chatham, 1708-78, British statesman. 2. his son William, 1759-1806, British statesman: prime minister 1783-1801, 1804-06. * * * (as used in ...
Pitt the Elder
➡ Pitt (II) * * *
Pitt the Younger
➡ Pitt (II) * * *
Pitt, Brad
▪ 2009 William Bradley Pitt  born Dec. 18, 1963, Shawnee, Okla.       American superstar Brad Pitt continued to demonstrate his versatility as an actor in 2008, with ...
Pitt, Harvey
▪ 2003       As corporate accounting scandals emerged on an alarmingly frequent basis in the U.S. during much of 2002, Harvey Pitt, chairman of the Securities and ...
Pitt, Thomas
▪ British merchant byname  Diamond Pitt  born July 5, 1653, Blandford St. Mary, Dorset, Eng. died April 28, 1726, Swallowfield, Berkshire  British merchant whose ...
Pitt, William, the Elder
later 1st earl of Chatham born Nov. 15, 1708, London, Eng. died May 11, 1778, Hayes, Kent British statesman and orator, twice virtual prime minister (1756–61, 1766–68). He ...
Pitt, William, the Younger
(1759–1806) British statesman and prime minister (1783–1801, 1804–06). The son of William Pitt, he entered Parliament in 1781 and served as chancellor of the Exchequer ...
Pitt,William
I. Pitt1 (pĭt), William. First Earl of Chatham. Known as “Pitt the Elder.” 1708-1778. British political leader and orator who directed his country's military effort during ...
Pitt-Rivers, Augustus Henry Lane-Fox
▪ British archaeologist born April 14, 1827, Hope Hall, Yorkshire, Eng. died May 4, 1900, Rushmore, Wiltshire       archaeologist often called the “father of British ...
pitta
/pit"euh/, n. any of several brilliantly colored, passerine birds of the family Pittidae, inhabiting dark, Old World, tropical forests. [1830-40; < Telugu pitta bird] * * * ▪ ...
Pittacus
/pit"euh keuhs/, n. c650-570 B.C., democratic statesman and reformer from Mytilene. * * *
Pittacus Of Mytilene
▪ Greek statesman born c. 650 BC died c. 570  statesman and sage who is known as one of the Seven Wise Men of ancient Greece. He collaborated with the brothers of the poet ...
pittance
/pit"ns/, n. 1. a small amount or share. 2. a small allowance or sum, as of money for living expenses. 3. a scanty income or remuneration. [1175-1225; ME pitaunce < OF pitance, ...
pitted
pitted1 /pit"id/, adj. marked or scarred with pits: a pitted complexion. [bef. 1050; OE pytted (not found in ME); see PIT1, -ED3] pitted2 /pit"id/, adj. (of fruit) having the pit ...
pitted shell turtle
also called  fly river turtle,  New Guinea plateless turtle,  or  pig-nosed turtle        (species Carettochelys insculpta), any member of a single species in the ...
pitter-patter
/pit"euhr pat"euhr/, n. 1. the sound of a rapid succession of light beats or taps, as of rain, footsteps, etc. v.i. 2. to produce or move with this sound: She pitter-pattered ...
pitting
pitting1 /pit"ing/, n. 1. the act or operation of digging a pit or pits. 2. the act or operation of placing in a pit or pits. 3. arranging or staging cockfights. [1655-65; PIT1 + ...
Pittosporaceae
▪ plant family       family of nine genera of trees, shrubs, or vinelike plants, in the order Apiales, distributed from tropical Africa to the Pacific islands. Members ...
pittosporum
/pi tos"peuhr euhm, pit'euh spawr"euhm, -spohr"-/, n. any of various shrubs or trees of the genus Pittosporum, native to warm regions of the Old World, many species of which are ...
Pitts, Elijah
▪ 1999       American football player who was a Green Bay Packers running back in the 1960s, when the Packers won the National Football League championship four times ...
Pittsburg
/pits"berrg/, n. 1. a city in W California. 33,034. 2. a city in SE Kansas. 18,770. * * * ▪ Kansas, United States       city, Crawford county, southeastern Kansas, ...
Pittsburg Landing
a village in SW Tennessee, on the Tennessee River: battle of Shiloh in 1862. * * *
Pittsburg State University
▪ university, Pittsburg, Kansas, United States       public, coeducational institution of higher learning in Pittsburg, Kan., U.S. It comprises the College of Arts and ...
Pittsburgh
/pits"berrg/, n. a port in SW Pennsylvania, at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers that forms the Ohio River: steel industry. 423,938. * * * City (pop., 2000: ...
Pittsburgh glass
      American glassware produced from the end of the 18th century at numerous factories in that Pennsylvania city. Pittsburgh had the twin advantages of proximity to a ...
Pittsburgh Penguins
▪ American hockey team  American professional ice hockey team based in Pittsburgh, Pa. The Penguins are two-time winners of the Stanley Cup.       Founded during ...
Pittsburgh Pirates
▪ American baseball team       American professional baseball team based in Pittsburgh, Pa. Sometimes referred to as the ‘‘Bucs, " the Pirates are among the oldest ...
Pittsburgh Platform
Manifesto of Reform Judaism, drawn up in 1885 by a conference of rabbis chaired by Isaac Mayer Wise in Pittsburgh, Pa. It declared that Judaism taught the highest conception of ...
Pittsburgh Steelers
▪ American football team  American professional gridiron football (football, gridiron) team based in Pittsburgh that plays in the National Football League (NFL). The ...
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
▪ American orchestra       American symphony orchestra based in Pittsburgh, Pa. It was founded as the Pittsburgh Orchestra in 1896; its first conductor was Frederick ...
Pittsburgh, University of
▪ university, Pennsylvania, United States       coeducational state system of higher learning in Pennsylvania, U.S., comprising a main campus in Pittsburgh and ...
Pittsfield
/pits"feeld'/, n. a city in W Massachusetts. 51,974. * * * ▪ Massachusetts, United States       city, Berkshire county, western Massachusetts, U.S. It lies on the ...
pituicyte
pi·tu·i·cyte (pĭ-to͞oʹĭ-sīt', -tyo͞oʹ-) n. A small branching cell of the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland.   [pituitary + -cyte.] * * *
pituitary
/pi tooh"i ter'ee, -tyooh"-/, n., pl. pituitaries, adj. n. 1. See pituitary gland. 2. Pharm. the extract obtained from the lobes of the pituitary glands of hogs, sheep, and other ...
pituitary body
(formerly) the pituitary gland. * * *
pituitary gland
Anat. a small, somewhat cherry-shaped double structure attached by a stalk to the base of the brain and constituting the master endocrine gland affecting all hormonal functions ...
pituitary tumour
▪ disease       most common cause of enlargement of the sella turcica, the bone cavity in the head in which the pituitary gland is located. There are two general types ...
pituitarygland
pituitary gland n. A small oval endocrine gland attached to the base of the vertebrate brain and consisting of an anterior and a posterior lobe, the secretions of which control ...
pituitous
—pituitousness, n. /pi tooh"i teuhs, -tyooh"-/, adj. Archaic. mucous. [1600-10; < L pituitosus full of phlegm. See PIP2, -OUS] * * *
pituri
/pich"euh ree/, n. 1. a solanaceous shrub or small tree, Duboisia hopwoodi, of Australia. 2. a stimulant made from the dried leaves and twigs of this plant, used by the ...
pitviper
pit viper n. Any of various venomous snakes of the family Crotalidae, such as a copperhead, rattlesnake, or fer-de-lance, characterized by a small sensory pit below each eye. * * ...
pity
/pit"ee/, n., pl. pities, v., pitied, pitying. n. 1. sympathetic or kindly sorrow evoked by the suffering, distress, or misfortune of another, often leading one to give relief or ...
pitying
—pityingly, adv. /pit"ee ing/, adj. full of or expressing pity: a pitying look. [1640-50; PITY + -ING2] * * *
pityingly
See pity. * * *
pityriasis
/pit'euh ruy"euh sis/, n. 1. Pathol. any of various skin diseases marked by the shedding of branlike scales of epidermis. 2. Vet. Pathol. a skin disease in various domestic ...
pityroid
/pit"euh royd'/, adj. Med. scaly; resembling bran. [1840-50; < Gk pítyr(on) bran, scale + -OID] * * *
più
/pyooh/, adv. Music. more: più allegro. [1715-25; < It < L plus; see PLUS] * * *
Piura
/pyooh"rddah/, n. a city in N Peru. 126,010. * * * ▪ Peru  city, northwestern Peru, on the Piura River in the warm coastal desert. San Miguel de Piura was the first city ...
Pius
Pius [pī′əs] 1. Pius II (born Enea Silvio de Piccolomini) 1405-64; pope (1458-64) 2. Pius VII (born Luigi Barnaba Chiaramonti) 1742-1823; pope (1800-23) 3. Pius IX (born ...
Pius I
/puy"euhs/, Saint, pope A.D. 140-155?. * * *
Pius I, Saint
▪ pope born , Aquileia, Venetia died 155, Rome; feast day July 11       Latin pope from c. 142 to c. 155.       Pius was a slave, according to his supposed ...
Pius II
(Enea Silvio de Piccolomini) 1405-64, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1458-64. Literary name, Aeneas Silvius. * * * orig. Enea Silvio Piccolomini born Oct. 18, 1405, Corsignano, ...
Pius III
(Francesco Nanni Todeschini Piccolomini) 1439-1503, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1503. * * * ▪ pope original name  Francesco Todeschini Piccolomini   born c. 1439, Siena, ...
Pius IV
(Giovanni Angelo Medici) 1499-1565, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1559-65. * * * ▪ pope original name  Giovanni Angelo de' Medici  born March 31, 1499, Milan [Italy] died Dec. ...
Pius IX
(Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti) 1792-1878, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1846-78. * * * orig. Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti born May 13, 1792, Senigallia, Papal States died Feb. ...
Pius V
Saint (Michele Ghislieri), 1504-72, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1566-72. * * *
Pius V, Saint
orig. Antonio or Michele Ghislieri born Jan. 17, 1504, Bosco, duchy of Milan died May 1, 1572, Rome, Papal States; canonized May 22, 1712; feast day April 30 Pope ...
Pius V,Saint
Pius V, Saint Originally Antonio Ghislieri. 1504-1572. Pope (1566-1572). A leading figure of the Catholic Reformation, he excommunicated Elizabeth I of England. * * *
Pius VI
(Giovanni Angelo, or Giannangelo, Braschi) 1717-99, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1775-99. * * * ▪ pope original name  Giannangelo Braschi   born Dec. 25, 1717, Cesena, Papal ...
Pius VII
(Luigi Barnaba Chiaramonti) 1740-1823, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1800-23. * * * ▪ pope original name  Luigi Barnaba Gregorio Chiaramonti  born Aug. 14, 1742, Cesena, Papal ...
Pius VIII
(Francesco Saverio Castiglioni) 1761-1830, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1829-30. * * * ▪ pope original name  Francesco Saverio Castiglioni   born Nov. 20, 1761, Cingoli, ...
Pius X
Saint (Giuseppe Sarto), 1835-1914, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1903-14. * * *
Pius X, Saint
orig. Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto born June 2, 1835, Riese, Venetia, Austrian Empire died Aug. 20, 1914, Rome, Italy; canonized May 29, 1954; feast day August 21 Pope ...
Pius X,Saint
Pius X, Saint Originally Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto. 1835-1914. Pope (1903-1914) who was strongly opposed to religious modernism. * * *


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