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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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Tyler Robinson and Albert Kiszka each finished with 2 hits for the Saxons.
Detroit's Norris gave up three runs - two earned - three hits and four walks in five innings.
Natalie Hampton had three hits and drove in three runs and Madison Anthony had three hits and drove in three runs for the Beavers (8-1), who also got three RBIs from Lopez.
The objective of this paper is to obtain a filter using signal parameters of the AE hits. The description of the experiment and the obtaining and analysis of the data can be found in [3].
1 90-DEGREE RULE: When the cue ball hits another ball at an angle, both balls deflect at a 90[degrees] angle.
Plate discipline can be taught and will produce more walks and a focus on getting good pitches to hit.
In his best-selling book, L'Effroyable Imposture (The Frightening Deception), Meyssan launched the claim that American Airlines Flight 77 did not hit the Pentagon.
Joltin' Joe's 91 hits during the streak were randomly sprinkled throughout his 246 plate appearances.
As a software application, HITS stores information contributed voluntarily by system users who collect crime information on standardized forms, which require fewer than 30 minutes of preparation and data-entry time.
In her autobiography, Berry, Me and Motown (for publication info, please see our "Chart Toppers" box at right), Raymona Gordy Singleton, wrote of her unheralded (and uncredited) co-founding of the hit making institution with her former husband Berry Gordy.
Study hypotheses were: (a) the hit rate (rank of 1 or 2) for the group consensus judging method would be significantly higher than mean chance expectation and (b) the direct hit rate (rank of 1 only) for the negative-emotion targets would be significantly higher than mean chance expectation.