a rock climbing technique for climbing wides cracks (4 inches to 8 inches wide, aka "off-widths") developed in the late 1970's and early 1980's by climbers Randy Leavitt and Tony Yaniro.
The rock climber used leavittation to negotiate the off-width crack.
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