ThingPit (2009)

ThingPit

\’thing\ p1t\ Noun An entity, an idea, or a quality perceived, known, or thought to have its own existence. a. The real or concrete substance of an entity. b. A natural or artificial hole or cavity in the ground. c. A natural hollow or depression in the body or an organ. d. The single central kernel or stone of certain fruits Verb (often foll. by against)to match in opposition, esp. as antagonists: a. a concealed danger or difficulty b. guerilla projection made in opposition to a static view of our surroundings c. a re-presentation of a coming together / an envirotron of differentiation d. the commonly overlooked exultation in between

ORIGIN Old English (also in the senses “meeting” and “matter, concern”)

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ThingPit

\’thing\ p1t\ Noun An entity, an idea, or a quality perceived, known, or thought to have its own existence. a. The real or concrete substance of an entity. b. A natural or artificial hole or cavity in the ground. c. A natural hollow or depression in the body or an organ. d. The single central kernel or stone of certain fruits Verb (often foll. by against)to match in opposition, esp. as antagonists: a. a concealed danger or difficulty b. guerilla projection made in opposition to a static view of our surroundings c. a re-presentation of a coming together / an envirotron of differentiation d. the commonly overlooked exultation in between

ORIGIN Old English (also in the senses “meeting” and “matter, concern”)

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