a throw

a throw

Each. A piece. You mean to tell me that these T-shirts are 50 bucks a throw? Sheesh! A: "How much did you guys contribute to Lucy's charity?" B: "Oh, $20 a throw, so hopefully she raised quite a bit of money."
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$100, £50, etc. a ˈthrow

(informal) used to say how much items cost each: The tickets for the dinner were £50 a throw.
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The A's committed three errors in the inning, and it cost them a run when third baseman Dave Pelligrine botched a throw to bring in Heroux from third and tie the game.
Howie Kendrick's defense proved costly as he couldn't dig out a throw from Orlando Cabrera in the second inning, allowing a run to score.
Josh Duhamel of the Red Sox tries to draw a throw at third base.
It took Shields just a few seconds to bobble Marco Scutaro's bunt and rush a throw that short-hopped Chone Figgins and carried into right field.
That enabled Hernandez to lumber down the line and take first without a throw.
Streak ends: In the second inning of Tuesday's game, Kevin Mench went to third on a single to center by Hank Blalock, drawing a throw from Angels center fielder Darin Erstad.
DiSarcina played his first game in six days Monday but came out after the fifth inning when, for the second time in the game, he bounced a throw to first base.
Greene hasn't caught in a regular-season game with the Angels since 1997, the shoulder injury preventing him from making a throw to second base.