Pivot

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Pivot may refer to:

  • Pivot, the point of rotation in a lever system
  • More generally, the center point of any rotational system
  • Pivot joint, a kind of joint between bones in the body
  • Pivot turn, a dance move

Business[edit]

  • Pivot, a method for developing businesses and products first proposed in 2011 by Eric Ries

Companies[edit]

  • Incitec Pivot, an Australian chemicals and explosives manufacturer
  • Pivot Legal Society, a legal advocacy organization based in Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Pivot Wireless, a cell phone service, created by a joint venture between Sprint and multiple cable companies

Computing[edit]

Finance[edit]

  • Pivot point, a price point in the financial, commodity, and securities markets

Games[edit]

Linguistics[edit]

  • Syntactic pivot, the argument of the verb around which the sentence revolves
  • Pivot language, an artificial or natural language used as an intermediary language for translation

Literature[edit]

  • Pivot word (kakekotoba), a technique in Japanese poetry

Mathematics[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Pivot, the former name of the experimental rock band PVT
  • Pivot (album), by Amoeba
  • Pivot (U.S. band), an American rock band
  • Pivot chord, a chord that is diatonic to more than one key or, in other words, is common to two keys

People[edit]

Places[edit]

Politics[edit]

Sports[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Pivot (TV channel), an American digital cable and satellite television network owned by Participant Media that debuted on August 1, 2013

Vessels[edit]