Hit List


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Hit List

In banking, a group of persons convinced or required to attend a presentation or listen to a request for money.
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These plug-ins can then be marketed and sold to over 40,000 Hit List users around the world.
In addition, ISP or web-hosting companies can use calculations with the virtual server feature to create billing reports based on usage, that Hit List automatically generates and distributes via email to each customer.
Hit List helps integrate information so people can make informed business decisions about their web business.
This Hit List is sure to prove controversial - so sports fans should definitely tune in.
While the American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom reports more than 6,000 challenges to young adult literature from 1990 through 2000, the best-selling Hit List series gives you the information you need to defend challenged books with an informed response and ensure free access to young book lovers.
California-based Accrue Software Inc has introduced Accrue Hit List 4.
Marketwave says it is winning "virtually every account we present to" and claims that it secured 81% of the pitches it made last month for its two high-end web mining products, Hit List Live and Hit List Enterprise and it expects to secure all but one of the remainder this month.
After this breakthrough, Betty and Kailash began preparing a hit list of people to contact (among them a feminist collective in Madras).
Developers of speculative office space, he said, are not on the hit list.
HIT LIST provides a fine audio reading by Kimberly Alexis, who adds quiet drama and passion to a new Anita Blake vampire investigative novel.
London, June 19 (ANI): British Prime Minister David Cameron has been placed on a hit list, recently released by an Al-Qaeda "working group".