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  • noun Plural form of pop-up.


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  • His venture is just one permutation of an emerging class of restaurants called pop-ups, in which chefs set up temporary shop in breakfast spots, art galleries, financially troubled eateries and places that don't normally serve food.

    The Seattle Times

  • The Pop-Up Kings The active pitchers who induce the most pop-ups rate of infield fly balls among balls in play and how effective hitters are against them, based on batted average against.

    Yankees Legend, Mets Newcomer Share a Unique Skill

  • Assistant coaches Rubén and Mike had menial roles feeding a pitching machine to launch pop-ups and restocking the hitting tee, respectively, and Ted Watson helped out hitting ground balls, but instruction came solely from ringmaster Del.

    Parents Behaving Badly

  • Following Andrew, a boy named Logan Winters dropped three routine pop-ups and threw the ball like he had his elbow surgically attached to his ass.

    Parents Behaving Badly

  • Andrew and T-Roy both dropped routine pop-ups in the top of the first inning.

    Parents Behaving Badly

  • Associated Press Chris Young It's no real surprise that the best active pitcher at inducing pop-ups is Mariano Rivera—after all, he is the best at many things.

    Yankees Legend, Mets Newcomer Share a Unique Skill

  • My installation seems to spawn two pop-ups instead of one for the sites I've added.

    NoAddict Nudges You Towards Productivity | Lifehacker Australia

  • Looking at both pitchers' career rates, it's clear that forcing pop-ups is more skill than luck.

    Yankees Legend, Mets Newcomer Share a Unique Skill

  • A look farther down the list of pitchers who specialize in inducing pop-ups reveals that the new Mets front office may be tracking this infield flyball statistic.

    Yankees Legend, Mets Newcomer Share a Unique Skill

  • Ericsson's "Connected Tree" -- a live, mobilized orange tree which is now turbo-charged with augmented reality pop-ups viewable on your handset.

    Jonathan Spalter: Wireless Wonderland


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