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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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Using Swift Stik and Grand Slam together will enable hitters to get the most from their practice.
If you can do that, then even if you are not passing well, you can still get the ball to a hitter and keep the ball in play.
Heavy Hitter Sales Wisdom goes beyond the traditional description of sales cycles to the heart of selling.
of Rhode Island, we had a lot of positive results in pressing the defense in this situation, particularly when the hitter was down in the count.
Written by sales trainer Steve Martin, Heavy Hitter Selling is the result of his participation in thousands of sales calls with hundreds of salespeople over a twenty-year career.
I believe that every hitter on every level of the game can profit enormously from the drills we use at Tennessee to develop a good batting strokes and consistent hitters.
Bruce Basham, Crescent's vice president of leasing for Denver, received the top heavy hitter award in Denver's heavy hitters list.
That's a concern, because left-handed pitchers at the advanced Class-A level are known to enjoy a greater advantage pitching to left-handed hitters than right-handed pitchers have against right-handed hitters because left-handed hitters don't see too many top-flight left-handed pitchers as they rise up the amateur ranks and the lower levels of the minor leagues.
In trying to draw that elusive fourth ball, many coaches prefer their hitters to move up to the extreme front of the box or hunch over the plate in an effort to conceal it.
Los Angeles Dodgers' coach Manny Mota and centerfielder Dave Roberts joined hundreds of young baseball fans at today's "LADWP Power Hitter Clinic and Competition" at the Kenneth Hahn Recreation Area in the Baldwin Hills community.
Are the sets being distributed to your hitters in the smartest and most efficient way?
The excitement and enthusiasm of these young hitters is all the thanks we need.