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Hit

A unit measuring a person or IP address visiting a website. In general, the more hits a website generates, the higher revenue it earns from advertising and other sources.

hit

1. To sell a security at a bid price quoted by a dealer. For example, a trader will hit a bid.
2. To lose money on a trade. For example, a dealer may take a hit on the holdings of Moore's Fried Foods' common stock.
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He really throws a heavy ball that moves in and out and eats up hitters.
Hitters who fail to get the bat out in front of the plate for the inside pitch will probably contact the ball close to their hands rather than on the sweet spot.
Her ability to block some of the best hitters around helped solidify the Lancers' front line.
We believe it is imperative to keep hitters in the cage in the off season, pre season, and regular season, even when they are practicing every day or playing three to five games a week.
Deflorio and McLeod can both play as outside hitters, although one will move to middle blocker.
It robs the game of some of its most interesting strategy; managers in a non-designated hitter world choose their teams weighing both the offensive and defensive talents of each player.
com/reports/c46952) has announced the addition of "Heavy Hitter Sales Wisdom: Proven Sales Warfare Strategies, Secrets of Persuasion, and Common-Sense Tips for Success" to their offering.
A prevailing jetstream blowing in from the east - it normally blows out from the west - altered pitch movement in a way that baffled hitters.
Our favorite hitters of all time (to watch, not to worship) Babe Ruth and Mickey Mantle were the classic power hitters--monstrously strong, perfectly balanced, look great up at the plate, and hit the ball for awesome distances.
Pure Hitter Pro is a revolutionary software product that takes advantage of today's digital world to help young baseball players become better hitters," said Mark Mercer, CEO of IST.
I've faced right-handed hitters all my life, and it looks like this year is the first year I've ever pitched to them.
In addition, just the idea that a team will be aggressive on the base paths may sometimes changes the way that the pitcher will attack hitters.