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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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Perhaps we will take a strike the first time through the order, or we will at least make every hitter aware that it is a good at bat if he can make that pitcher throw five or more pitches in his particular at bat.
A handful of returnees are led by Dean at outside hitter.
Heavy Hitter Sales Wisdom goes beyond the traditional description of sales cycles to the heart of selling.
The hitter can get the feel of hitting three baseballs by hitting the first ball and then the other two right behind the first on the same plane.
If you throw a curve ball for a strike to a hitter, especially early in the count, the last thing he will expect is to see it again on the next pitch.
Not only did we receive the top heavy hitters awards in both markets, we also had the entire Dallas and Denver teams recognized, which is almost unheard of.
The JetHawks, who had seven left-handed hitters in the lineup in Thursday's 11-2 loss to High Desert, could have as many as eight in their lineup.
In short, anyone who wants to become a good hitter must dedicate himself to practice and the development of good habits.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) and the Los Angeles Dodgers today provided 18 young baseball hopefuls the once-in-a-lifetime chance to swing the bat from home plate at Dodger Stadium in the "LADWP Power Hitter Final Competition.
The team also has discovered a power hitter in new starter Jessica Spigner, a freshman who's batting .
Unless the batter is a tremendous hitter and the coach does not want to forfeit his offensive threat, this would be the ideal time to employ a strategy that could very well induce the pitcher into throwing that fourth ball.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) and the Los Angeles Dodgers joined dozens of local children at the Montecito Heights Recreation Center for the Power Hitter Clinic and Competition, where young athletes were treated to a once-in-a-lifetime experience as they joined baseball pros Los Angeles Dodger pitcher Guillermo Mota and coach Manny Mota for tips on batting, running and catching.