Hit.

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adj.1.Having become very popular or acclaimed; - said of entertainment performances; as, a hit song, a hit movie.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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I will now see whether Apollo will vouchsafe it to me to hit another mark which no man has yet hit."
I judged he was hit. But he didn't betray it by any spoken word.
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.
In addition to Crabb's four-hit day, Harrisburg routed the Comets with 10 hits as Will Holland went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and an RBI, while Will Gibbs, Drew Fromm and Javie Beal all had one hit.
General Naeem Ashraf briefed the federal minister that HIT is diligently working on equipping the armoured vehicles on modern lines through research and development department of HIT.
The committee was briefed on the mission, role and organizational aspects of HIT. The details of achievements in defence production and support to the mechanized formations rendered by HIT were also briefed to the Standing Committee.
A decrease of 30%-50% from the pre-heparin platelet count at least 5 days after heparin treatment is initiated may indicate HIT. A similar decrease in platelet count occurring within 1 day of starting heparin treatment in a patient who has had heparin within the past 100 days also may indicate HIT.
Nicole Halverson had a double and three RBIs for Churchill, while Jayla Tavernier had the Pirates' only hit.
Plate discipline can be taught and will produce more walks and a focus on getting good pitches to hit.
Rather, each facility pays a small ($250,000) deductible and the captive pays the remaining deductible up to $7.5 million." He said that while the property policy provisions had been untested and theoretical for the past two years, their effectiveness was put to the test when Hurricane Rita hit. "Our captive was standing by to quickly pay out cash needed for mitigation and repairs, and it passed with flying colors.
A multitude of eyewitnesses saw the 757 swooping down toward the Pentagon, and many actually saw it hit. Dennis Behreandt, in his August 23, 2004 article for The New American, quoted some of these witnesses, so we won't repeat them here.
Similarly, one can categorize pitchers according to how frequently they hit opposing batsmen to determine whether this raises their own likelihood of being hit. Limiting the sample to pitchers with at least as many innings as games played by their team (the criteria for consideration for the earned run average title), the 160 qualifying pitchers are divided into four equal-sized quartiles according to the rate at which they hit opposing batsmen.