pitch-perfect


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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.
If you want to be pitch-perfect in your next proposal, think about how you'll use your 90 seconds.
Frontman Gillespie delivered a pitch-perfect performance, thundering through an encore of Country Girl, Jailbird and a version of Rocks which almost lifted the roof clean off the big red shed.
Summary: Amy Winehouse has apparently reduced a pub crowd to tears during an pitch-perfect impromptu performance.
That pitch-perfect exhibition will forever radiate an incomparable aura of epochal inevitability, so Takashi Murakami may have been wise to bill his foray at the palace as a meditation on a transhistorical dreamworld.
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.
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.
The echoes are pitch-perfect." Coleman's book documents how new technologies-from the player piano to the iPod--have always rattled to their core the powers that dominate the business of making, distributing, and selling music.