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  • pronoun dialectal Alternative form of its.
  • noun Plural form of hit.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hit.


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  • "A forklift driver who filmed himself performing dangerous burnouts and wheelies and then posted it on YouTube was yesterday convicted of breaching safety laws. In the first case of its kind in Victoria, Matthew Garry Ward was prosecuted with the help of his own video clips.

    His forklift licence will be cancelled. Seymour Magistrates' Court heard Ward was sacked after his boss discovered the YouTube footage, filmed on company premises, seven weeks after it was posted. In that time the YouTube clip, which has since been removed, received 238 hits."

    - Natalie Tkaczuk Sikora, 'Forklift driver convicted over YouTube stunt videos', The Australian, 14 Nov 2008.

    November 14, 2008