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pitch-perfect

Reaching or conveying the exactly right note or tone. The phrase refers to music but it is often applied to writing and other things. After her pitch-perfect rendition, I definitely think we should ask Meredith to join the choir. This is a pitch-perfect parody of Hemingway's writing style, don't you think?
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Teen culture comes through most clearly in the pitch-perfect dialogue -- including texting -- that infuses everything from setting to character to plot.
Everything here is pitch-perfect, coming together in an astonishingly tight package, crafting intricate, textured layers of meaning out of its exquisite, instrumental music.
The Newcastle's Got Talent competition will see seven pitch-perfect singers battling it out to be crowned the region's best.
With pitch-perfect voices, Kathryn Stockett has created three women whose determination to start a movement of their own forever changes a town, and the way women--mothers, daughters, caregivers, friends--view one another.
In Breakfast With Scot, Eric (a pitch-perfect role for Tom Cavanagh from Eli Stone), a gay but oh-so-butch former hockey player, and his partner became parents to a very flamboyant young boy and struggle--in the funniest way possible--to "straighten" him out.
The lush Fools and pitch-perfect pop of Jodi are particularly impressive.
Little Miss Sunshine'' star Abigail Breslin, 10, looked adorable in her pitch-perfect tulle petticoat, telling Joan Rivers it was her first experiment with high heels.
With 320,000 spectators and 4,500 participants decked out in nearly 14 miles of fabric, this year's spectacle was a pitch-perfect intersection of dance, music, fun, and fabulousness.
This sounds like heavy stuff, and it is, but Lynch, author of Freewill and other notable titles for YAs, has a great sense of humor and a pitch-perfect ear for wiseass teenage voices.
However, the Rodgers & Hammerstein music is classic to its creamy core, and the pitch-perfect performers do each song justice.
He presents such pitch-perfect portraits of black men sharing laughs and telling stories about life that the reader feels as if they're sitting right there in the barber's chair.
With the exception of mellow Valley of the Dolls, each track was a pitch-perfect floorfiller.
One Day in Melbourne Cabaret regular McBryde packs his newest with pitch-perfect blues and jazz standards and originals.
Today, it has achieved almost complete cable-market saturation, reaching 85 million households that tune in for its pitch-perfect blend of reality TV and news you can use.
According to members of the Borders selection committee, Krauss did "a masterful job of interweaving many story lines, bringing them all together in a moving and meaningful way, and the ending is pitch-perfect, down to the last line.