pitch upon

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To choose, to pick, to fix one's choice on something or someone.
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The place pitched upon was that part of the Town-wall next a Church called St. Mary's; which was the rather chosen because we did hope that if we did enter and possess that Church, we should be the better able to keep it against their horse and foot until we could make way for the entrance of our horse; [...]

Submitted on July 07, 2010

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