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HITSHyperlink Induced Topic Search
HITSHighway In The Sky
HITSHigh Impact Technology Solutions (US FEMA)
HITSHead Impact Telemetry System (Simbex)
HITSHead Impact Telemetry System (football helmet)
HITSHyperlink-Induced Topic Search
HITSHow Idiots Track Success (web slang)
HITSHigh Intensity Transient Signals (transcranial Doppler)
HITSHead-end in the Sky
HITSHomicide Investigation Tracking System
HITSHorses in the Sun
HITSHelicopter Instrument Training School
HITSHigh Impact Training Solutions
HITSHawaii Information Transfer System
HITSHorse Shows in the Sun, Inc.
HITSHybrid Income Term Security
HITSHughes Information Technology Systems
HITSHyperbolic In-Air Tracking System
HITSHUD Information Technology Systems
HITSHuman Intelligence Tasking System
HITSHierarchical Integrated Test Simulator
HITSHobbyist's Interchange Tape Standard
HITSHostile Forces Integrated Targeting System
HITSHull Integrity Test-Dive Site
HITSHome Station Instrumentation Training System
HITSHeadquarters Invoice Tracking System
HITSHawaiian Interisland Telecommunications System
HITSHorizontal Integration Training System (US Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command)
HITSHollywood Inventory Tracking System (software)
HITSHull Integrity Test Site chart
HITSHouston International Theatre School (Houston, TX)
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He was called Slogger Williams, from the force with which it was supposed he could hit. In the main, he was a rough, goodnatured fellow enough, but very much alive to his own dignity.
A very severe round follows, in which Tom gets out and out the worst of it, and is at last hit clean off his legs, and deposited on the grass by a right-hander from the Slogger.
He'll hit all the fight out of you in another five minutes, and then I shall go and drown myself in the island ditch.
It is possible that he may be a god, but if he is the man I say he is, he is not making all this havoc without heaven's help, but has some god by his side who is shrouded in a cloud of darkness, and who turned my arrow aside when it had hit him.
Thereon the son of Lycaon shouted out and said, "You are hit clean through the belly; you will not stand out for long, and the glory of the fight is mine."
But Diomed all undismayed made answer, "You have missed, not hit, and before you two see the end of this matter one or other of you shall glut tough-shielded Mars with his blood."
Bradley fired at the vanishing menacer of their peace and safety; but whether he scored a hit or not, none could tell, though, following the shot, there was wafted back to them the same piercing wail that had on other occasions frozen their marrow.
One hit the door post; another went against the door; the pointed shaft of another struck the wall; and as soon as they had avoided all the spears of the suitors Ulysses said to his own men, "My friends, I should say we too had better let drive into the middle of them, or they will crown all the harm they have done us by killing us outright."
One hit a bearing-post of the cloister; another went against the door; while the pointed shaft of another struck the wall.
"They begin by clodding him; and they laugh themselves to pieces to see him try to dodge one clod and get hit with another?"
I judged he was hit. But he didn't betray it by any spoken word.
"I have hit an ash twig at forty yards," said Little John.